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Listen to the beat 

As 2,800 Knights 

Begin another day 

Of learning, 

Of friendship. 

Passing through hallways, 

They are the heart beat, 

The pulsating nucleus 

Of Arlington High. 

The image they form 

Is an audible image — 

It is yesterday's child, 

Tomorrow's adult; 

The quiet hush 

Of anticipation; 

The crescendo 

Of spirited voices; 

The frenzied pulse 

Of an after-game dance; 

The organized chaos 

In the senior cafeteria; 

Listen to these sounds 

Tor they are 

The KNIGHT BEAT. 









Table of Contents 

KNIGHT BEAT 12 

ACADEMIC BEAT 28 

ACTIVITY BEAT 54 

ATHLETIC BEAT 100 

KNIGHT BEAT (Album) 134 

BUSINESS BEAT 216 

And the BEAT goes on . . . 




2,800 students create 






An eight-fifteen bell 

Sounds through corridors 

As students accept 

A challenge of learning. 

The silent movement 

Of a microscope 

Being focused, 

The rhythmic chatter 

Of the typewriter keys, 

The clatter of dishes 

Intermingled with voices, 

The swish of a brush 

On the easel of an artist — 

All resound within 

The walls of AHS. 

Listen to these sounds for 

They are the KNIGHT BEAT. 




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A party slate enables senior Charles Lowery to preview 
the nominees before a roll call vote is taken. 





The flag, a symbol of democracy, reminds 
students of our free election system. 







Knights exercise patriotic responsibilities in the facets of virgorous campaigning as they jump 
on the bandwagon for president-elect Richard Nixon. 



Appealing to teen ideals, Senator Birch 
Bay h gains the support of AHS students. 



'Winning teens back campaign favorites 




The "Winn"ing team, seniors Becky Pearce, Emil Molin, Dave Schwantes, Ed Harlan and 
friend prepare posters for the campaign of senior Craig Winn. 




The fluctuating rhythm 
Of an election year 
Invaded AHS. 
Campaign slogans 
Echoed through the halls 
As teens became 
Actively involved 
In the mock election. 
Political headquarters 
Became 

Homes-away-from-home 
To teen supporters, 
As the swish of envelopes 
Being stuffed 
Sounded in headquarters. 
Senior elections 
Opened new channels 
Into active campaigning, 
As the steady tempo 
Of a campaign band 
Exploded in the halls. 
Election year '68 — 
A vital part 
Of the KNIGHT BEAT. 




Cheering politicians gain first hand knowledge of the election process in the state of Indiana, 
as they participate in the mock nominating convention. 



Posters provide part of a successful cam- 
paign for senior Craig Winn. 




Foreign pupils build world 




The school flag becomes an addition to life in the United States for seniors Esther Pomerada 
of Peru and Wilfred Griekspoor of the Netherlands. 



Summer AFS student Karen Wilkes pre- 
sents a letter from Brazil to Mayor Lugar. 



A LANCER "beat" is a part of the curriculum 
for reporter Wiff Griekspoor. 





During intermission ceremonies at the American Field Service dance, "Kaleidoscope of 
Nations," foreign students Esther Pomerada and Knut Grazei receive gifts from AFS. 



friendships 



A foreign flavor 

Added a different tone 

To the montage 

Of students. 

An unfamiliar teen 

Entered Arlington High, 

Adding a new voice 

To those sounding 

In the halls. 

Customs, ways of life 

Broadened the outlook 

Of teens 

As the KNIGHT BEAT 

Sounded 

All over the world. 



A change of pace characterizes life 
for Turkish exchange student Evren 
Elmali. 





Hopeful AFS summer program participants, Chris Halter and Russ Palma, receive letters of 
acceptance from Mrs. Audra Bailey (STANDING) and Mrs. Betty Hungerford (SEATED). 



Barefoot, "Maki" Ashwel 
sings "My Bonnie" in the tal- 
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The "exact fare" requirement makes climes 
and nickels a necessity for Dave Moody. 



"Stadium Builder" collection cartons aid homerooms in the collection of funds, as parents 
and students alike join forces in an effort to burn the mortgage. 



A "reflecting pool" proves to be a messy 
job for workmen, as flood waters rise. 



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The finished football stadium provides a true "home" for the Golden Knights. 




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exemplify year of unexpected 'happenings' 





The mortgage goes "up in flames" cli- 
maxing a four year effort of teens. 



Missing panels create problems for work- 
men performing "face" lifting operations. 




A massive structure 

Seating cheering teens 

Became truly complete, 

Climaxing 

A four year campaign 

Of jingling coins 

And a chili supper. 

A season's final game 

And a winter's first snow 

Set the tone 

As the mortgage 

"Went up in flames." 

Rushing waters 

And the whoosh of a pump 

Added a different tempo 

To the music corridor 

As a fire main broke 

Providing a "wading pool" 

For orchestra students. 

The face of the school 

Changed its appearance 

As the steady pounding 

Of a repairman's hammer 

Sounded 

From the outer wall. 

The sounds of 1969, 

Constantly changing, 

Characterized 

The unexpected, 

The accomplishments 

That made up 

The KNIGHT BEAT. 



A bursting hoop exemplifies a spirited year 
of tunnels and traditions. 



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The rhythm of youth — 

The tempo of today 

Echoes within teen-life. 

It is 

The endless blare 

Of a caravan of cars 

Enroute to an away game, 

A quiet prayer 

For strength 

Before a football game, 

The methodical turning 

Of pages 

As "The Odyssey" is read, 

The exciting melody 

Of "The Rain In Spain" 

Pulsating from the stage, 

The silence 

Of a "quiet day" 

Initiated 

To promote spirit. 

These sounds merge 

Creating a unified tempo 

Of student life— 

The KNIGHT BEAT. 



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Cast 2800 Golden Knights 

Producers Jan Cradick, Debbie Phelps, Joan Lancello 




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Cockney girl, prof in 'My Fair Lady' foo 





The "enchantment" of 27A Wimpole Street inspires junior Dan (Freddy) McDermott to sing 
"On the Street Where You Live," following a chance encounter with Eliza Doolittle. 



"Why can't a woman be more like a man," 
is the angry plea of Allan (Prof.) Kuhlman. 

Cockney boys and a flower cart provide 
consolation to a dejected Eliza. 




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high society 
in musical 
presentation 



In the backstreets of London, at 
the turn of the century, a common 
flower girl became a challenge to 
an aristocratic grammarian, as he 
ventured to transform a "cabbage 
leaf" into a high society duchess. 

Lerner and Loewe's musical, "My 
Fair Lady" was presented by music 
students November 14 and 15 at 
evening performances. 

Assuming the leading roles, 
seniors Allan Kuhlman and Karen 
Jessup led parents and students 
through rigorous voice lessons, the 
flowing strains of "I've Grown 
Accustomed to Her Face," the 
"exciting" Ascot Race and the 
spectacular Embassy Ball. 

Supporting roles were portrayed 
by juniors Dan (Freddy) McDermott 
and Dan (Alfred P. Doolittle) Lane. 
Senior Peter Rusthoven played the 
part of Colonel Pickering. 





After a tiring rehearsal, freshman dancer 
Mickey Drudge prepares to return home. 



Contemplating a good life, Karen (Eliza) 
Jessup sings "Wouldn't It be Loverly." 




"With a Little Bit O' Luck," Dan Lane and 
Bill Coffey hope to return to Ye Old Pub. 



The flowing strains of "I'm an Ordinary Man" sounds from the darkened orchestra pit, as 
teen musicians provide music for the actors on the stage. 



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Frenzied feminine football 




The strategy of football is related to the junior 
team by coach Joe Draughon. 




A short time-out aids the senior girls, as they form a huddle to determine plays and quickly 
repair make-up before the action on the gridiron resumes. 



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Attempting to defend, rather than tackle her own teammate, senior Patty Witthoft comes to the 
aid of senior Nancy Scherer in the feminine clash on the gridiron. 

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Team doctor, Mrs. Mercedes Portilla, aid; 
Helen Hathaway following a rough play. 



card section 

characterize 
'Spirit' of 69 



The rip of a hoop, the cheers of 
Knight pepsters, the rush of teens to 
the stands, and the silence of a 
"quiet day" characterized a "spir- 
ited" year. 

Changing sweaters and cokes for 
jerseys and gatorade, upperclass 
girls clashed on the gridiron in a 
contest of feminine endurance 
which ended in a 20 — 8 victory for 
the senior girls. 

Halftime was highlighted by an 
impromptu presentation of follow- 
the-leader performed by male 
cheerleaders. 

A "tunnel" of cheering teens 
stretched from goal post to goal 
post on an opponent's field as 
enthusiastic teens demonstrated 
school spirit. 

Following the founding of the 
Student Council Spirit Committee, 
teens made hoops for every game, 
crepe paper shakers, and climaxed 
the mortgage burning ceremonies 
with the release of black and gold 
balloons. 

A Knights Klub card section 
added a finishing touch of teen 
enthusiasm to the spirit of 1969. 






Cheering pepster Meg Woods provides 
enthusiastic support to Knight players. 

Tissue flowers characterize homecoming for 
seniors Ron Amos and Sandy Bellew. 



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• Chrysler Award winners Susie Bishoff and 
Ron Pettigrew eye the plaque that will hold 
their names. The award is given for com- 
munity service. 

• Not only familiar with the past, DAR re- 
cipient Barb Hartley reads todays news. 



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Checking procedure with 
instructor Mrs. Gladysmae 
Good, Bausch-Lomb Award 
winner Dave Milam shows 
his scientific precision. 




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Honors given; Knight Beat molds leaders 




Academic leaders (FRONT) Terry Murphy, Betty Campbell, (MIDDLE) Dick Meschke, Marie 
Failinger, (BACK) Pete Rusthoven, and Karen Jessup rated as National Merit Semi-Finalists. 







of tomorrow 



Stepping into '69, students took 
their places as Knights in a fast 
paced and searching generation. 

Teens who were eager to learn 
and contribute time and effort 
towards a goal became active, par- 
ticipating citizens. Knights spread 
their influence over the city as Paul 
Troy took the office of mayor for a 
day. Politics also played a part in 
the lives of four seniors who at- 
tended Girls' and Boys' State. Six 
students proved their scholastic 
prowess in becoming National 
Merit Semi-Finalists, and Dave Mi- 
lam, Bausch-Lomb winner, gained 
his prize for scientific skill. 

Providing service and good citi- 
zenship to school and community 
earned honors for seniors Barb 
Hartley, Susie Bishoff, and Ron 
Pettigrew. 







• Summer became a time to practice govern- 
ment for Girls' and Boys' State Representa- 
tives Susie Bishoff, Kris Nelson, Sue Young, 
and Patsi Ohne (not pictured). 

• "Mayor-of-the-Day" Paul Troy greets one 
of his many visitors as city head. 



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Robyn reigns as Knights 'roast' Redskins 




Flower power . . . Seniors (left to right) Steve Nicewanger, Kris Nelson, Penny Nichols, and 
Roland Norris spend homeroom time creating kleenex flowers for their float. 



The aroma of hot chili, the last 
minute cries of "the chicken wire 
will not 'stand up," and the silent 
anticipation of the crowd just be- 
fore the queen was announced 
characterized the 1969 Homecoming 
festivities. 

Days of kleenex flower making 
in homeroom, combined with 
nights of float construction, gave 
way to tired students and prize- 
winning floats. 

Knights and their parents ate 
chili at a pregame dinner, and aided 
in the campaign to burn the mort- 
gage. 

The half-time parade of floats and 
queen candidates ended in the 
crowning of senior Robyn Cham- 
ness as the 1968 Homecoming 
Queen. 

An Arlington first, a dance in the 
gym, highlighted the evening as 
teens danced in their stocking 
feet — a true sock-hop. 





The school's first sock-hop on the gym 
floor concludes the evening's excitement. 



Battling the cold weather and the Manual Redskins, a Knight gridiron man surveys the 
action on the field and contemplates the plays in his mind. 



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Royalty is . . . Senior Robyn Chamness 
reigns over 1969 Homecoming festivities. 



Coach Bill Kuntz and senior Veo McGee 
plot against the Manual Redskins. 





"A Knight on the reservation" ... In a successful effort to prove that 
hard work pays off and that freshmen aren't really as helpless as 



upperclassmen may think, the members of freshman homeroom 340 
take their first place float around the track. 



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Elite Knights chosen for royal positions 




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• Singing the pep song as the crowd cheered, 
Pat Stutsman reigned as Jamboree Queen. 

• Knight and Gale, Bob Meara and Sue 
Murphy, were crowned at intermission of 
the annual "Knight Train to Talent." 



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Enjoying the sparkling yuletide atmosphere of this year's Christmas dance, "Belles and Beaux," 
are senior king and queen Paul Troy and Anitra Clark. 




to represent 
teen ideals 



There was a sudden hush — a very 
heavy silence. Then her name was 
announced, and for one girl, that 
night will never be forgotten. Her 
smile radiated happiness through 
the crowd's applause. She had just 
been chosen one of Arlington's 
elite — a queen by her classmates. 

The beat of beauty started with 
Jamboree Queen Pat Stutsman, 
who cheered through the pre-sea- 
son football game. 

Kings gained accolades in three 
activities — Knight and Gale at the 
Talent Show, King and Queen of 
the NHS "Belles and Beauxs," and 
Cy and Cindy for the Turnabout. 
The single crown Robyn Chamness 
won as Homecoming Queen be- 
came a double honor when she was 
voted "Cindy." 

The Military Ball and Junior Prom 
ended the year's contests but not 
Knight beauty. 




Royalty reigns, as junior Tom Meara and senior Robyn Chamness become Cy and Cindy at the 
Student Council's annual Tournabout Dance, "A Knight to Remember." 




Arlington's second annual Military Ball was held March 22, as R.O.T.C. 
sponsors (left to right) Theresa Roberts, Michelle Vaughan, Diana 



Spurlock, Jan Byers, Karen Wilkes, and Darla Shadrick vied for the 
queen's title of the gala event. 



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Flashing strobe lights, pounding drumbeat 




"Back Up the Train," is pantomined by se- 
nior Alonzo Watford in the talent show. 



Adding a folk beat, junior Dave Edmonds 
leads the Campus Life group. The singers 
are part of the Youth for Christ movement. 



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A sign-up sheet marks the beginning of the talent show as junior Andy McDaniels and seniors 
Mona Stott and Shiela Segrest sign up their act, "The Golden Souls." 




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The pounding beat of a drum, 
the colored flashes of a strobe 
light, and the subtle rhythm of a 
poem set the tempo as the curtain 
rose on the 1968 Knight Train to 
Talent. 

Weeks of preparation, under the 
direction of coordinators Anitra 
Clark and Beckie Bultman, led to a 
show filled with soul, folk, jazz, and 
even a little advice on how to 
handle Little Bo Peep's sheep. 

The crowning of seniors Bob 
Meara and Sue Murphy as Knight 
'n Gale, Arlington's typical boy 
and girl, sparked intermission 
activities, while senior girls looked 
toward the future, ending the 
"Soul Train '68" performance on 
a sentimental note. 





Try-outs mean extra duties for Anitra Clark 
and Beckie Bultman. 



A look into the future is presented to al 
seniors by Carol McCormick. 




The Tijuana Brass song, "Whipped Cream," provides background music for a jazz routine, 
danced by senior Cathy McFarland. Cathy is a veteran talent show dancer. 




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Pursuit of love, confused identity enliven 

senior play 

'Tom Jones' 

Comedy set the mood for the sen- 
ior production of "Tom Jones," as 
approximately 50 class members re- 
lived the past with scenes ranging 
from "murder" to marriage. 

The story of a young Englishman 
and his pursuit of his true love, the 
play depicted Jim Lane in the title 
role with Cathy McFarland as So- 
phia Western. Blifil, the villain of 
the plot, was brought to life by Pete 
Rusthoven, while Allan Kuhlman 
portrayed Tom's "generous" uncle, 
Squire Allworthy. 

Newcomers to the stage, as well 
as "old pros," kept the audience 
laughing as they presented an 
abundance of coincidences and an 
appearance of the "Black Shadow" 
demanding "Your money or your 
life!" 

Filling behind-the-scenes roles, 
seniors also handled sets, costumes, 
makeup, and ticket sales. 




•"Mourning" the squire's illness, the servants 
await news of the will (above). 
• A last minute check of lines and entrances is 
made by Russ Kennedy, Michelle Vaughan, 
and Nancy Atkinson before the play. 




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•Teasing Tom (left), Sophia thanks him for 
saving her life. 

• Pleading his love (bottom), Tom tries to 
convince the dubious Sophia. 

• While "supping at Upton" (below) Jim Lane 
eats his chicken with relish. 





Minds whirl, 

Create and grow 

In the academic world 

Of Arlington High. 

In the chemistry lab, 

Bubbling liquids 

Unlock the world 

Of crystal formation. 

Pounding hearts 

Accompany heavy breathing 

As sit-ups are executed. 

Piano strings vibrate 

As a music theory student 

Composes a "symphony." 

Rifles crack 

As ROTC cadets 

Perfect their skills. 

The swish of pages 

Sounds 

As the War of 1812 

Comes alive, 

Making the academic tempo 

An intricate part 

Of the KNIGHT BEAT. 





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Voicing individual views, freshman English pupils carry on a panel dis- 
cussion. Rick Heckman directs controversial questions at peers. 



(Left) Jim Boyd, Vicki Weber, Vicki Lemons, Janet Zoschki, Veronica 
Spear, and Brian Callahan as Mrs. Clarena Huffington supervises. 





Mr. James Urbain illustrates difficulties in 
word communication through abstract art. 



Reading lab, a nine week counterpart of Orientation, aids freshman Lorre Lisa Stewart in per- 
fection of quick and accurate reading. This course benefits all subjects. 



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for past art, 
investigates 

humanities 



From Shakespeare to Dickens, 
from vocabulary words to com- 
pound-complex sentences, from 
term papers to epic poems, English 
students studied basic and ad- 
vanced application of their lan- 
guage. 

New textbooks provided explora- 
tions into the past through the clas- 
sics and in depth studies of life 
through the humanities. 

In addition to routine grammar 
and literature courses, speech, dra- 
ma, publications, and library experi- 
ence students delved into special- 
ized areas. Preparing pupils for 
possible future vocations, the as- 
signments taught correct techniques 
in public speaking, acting, and 
journalistic writing. 

Applying the knowledge gained 
in introductory courses, active stu- 
dents accepted responsibilities with 
speech and debate teams and on 
newspaper and yearbook staffs. 




Researching prepares sophomores Bruce 
Tovsky and Mark Bishop for vocational 
papers. 

"The rain in Spain" . . . Karen "Eliza" Jes- 
sup practices public speaking enuncia- 
tion. 





Striving to achieve perfection in a speech senior Mark Nelson gathers and analyzes his 
information. Presenting his speech, he knows that enthusiasm is essential. 



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Junior mathematicians strive for accuracy; 





Department head Owen Fair talks with a 
parent and explains a geometry assignment. 



Sophomore Sally Tegarden 
volunteers, ready to put her 
proof on the board. 



Demonstrating the proce- 
dure taken to find congruent 
triangles, math teacher Don 
Lostutter instructs his Geom- 
etry I class. 




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anticipate 
computer 
difficulties 




Future accountants, engineers, 
and architects studied the basic 
laws necessary in the quick tempo 
of the business world. 

While beginning mathematicians 
tackled lateral equations, geometry 
and advanced algebra students 
proved congruences and worked 
with log charts. 

With the complications of the 
computer era, calculus students 
disciplined themselves for complete 
accuracy in detailed limitation and 
permutation problems. 

Adoption of new texts for begin- 
ning and advanced students aided 
comprehension while intermediate 
mathematicians still benefited from 
last year's books. 

Future plans include a computer 
programming course. 






Freshman Dan Henthorn tries his luck with 
a thirteenth century abacus. 



The tangent of X plus the secant of X . . . senior Bob Mott "evaluates a limit" as calculus teacher 
Henry Volk instructs him in the theories of the course. 



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Future Einsteins analyze basic concepts; 

investigate 

life's secret 

From the plutonium atom to the 
ameba, future scientists learned the 
value of practical application of 
acquired knowledge. 

Biology students discovered the 
wonders of life as they observed 
organisms through microscopes and 
dissected specimens. 

Advanced classes specialized in 
physiology and microbiology. 

Growing crystals and titrating 
liquids provided part of the chemis- 
try student's curriculum. Basic con- 
cepts and the laws of nature were 
tackled by science and physics 
classes. 

Delving into the unknown realms, 
astronomy students identified con- 
Senior Jim Foley ignites a bunsen burner warming his crucible in preparation for his crystali- Stellations. 
zation experiment in physical science class. 






Sophomore Kitty Unthank cringes at her task of dissecting (left). With 
the proper equipment, students identify organs of the frog. (top). 
Having accomplished the assignment, pupils wash hands and tools 
(bottom). 




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The science museum increased its exhibits and its usefulness. English 
classes became acquainted with the museum's facilities with the help 



of physics teacher Eddie Foster, who explains the principles of simple 
machines. 





In a world of their own, seniors Candy Belden and David Milam overlook an Indianapolis evening 
sky brightened with various constellations in the planetarium. 



Science department head Merle Wimmer 
explores the microscopic world of ferns with 
available laboratory equipment. 



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World affairs, elections, current events 





With unloaded camera, tricky Alma Irving 
sneaks into opponent's convention. 




Electioneering for "Feds" and "Nats," Mrs. Margaret Janert takes an active part in the mock 
elections to assure efficient government in the state of Arlington. 



With respect, juniors Chris Horton and 
Barbara Saillant recall the world wars. 



Crayon in hand, cadet teacher Ann Waller helps a first grade student associate colors with names 
as she prepares for a career in elementary teaching. 



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prompt pupils 
to historica 



interpretation 

"My candidate will beat yours." 
Voting Americans cast their ballots 
for new political leaders on No- 
vember 5. Seniors in the State of 
Arlington likewise voted for their 
favorite candidate. With a "top- 
notch" theme song, Nationalist 
"Real (Rob) McCoy" captured 
Arlington's governorship while 
Nixon was the "won" for national 
scales. 

Dividing an enrollment of 1,950 
pupils, 14 teachers educated their 
students in challenging courses 
ranging from newly added sociol- 
ogy and anthropology to basic 
United States History and Govern- 
ment. Freshmen began their study 
of history with a wide range of in- 
formation in World History, while 
upperclassmen probed fine de- 
tails in Economics and Psychology 
classes. 




With the job of informing tomorrow's voters of domestic and foreign policies, history depart- 
ment head, John Morris, gathers extra resources for his classes. 



Mind over matter . . . seniors Debbie Wiersma and LaDonna Lucas 
find it impossible to search another's mind as they explore uselessly 



Kevin Kestner's outer cranium. Psychology students study human be- 
havior and the complexities of the mind. 




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Boys, girls build body stamina, strength, 




Junior Cathy Clark demonstrates a very difficult maneuver on the uneven bars as she does a 
perfect handstand on the bars. Cathy is a member of the Gymnastic team. 



trai.n minds 
for maturity 



Mentally alert, physically active 
students emerged from Driver's Ed. 
ready to watch out for the other 
guy in defensive driving, and to 
watch for their own well-being 
through Health. 

Beginning gym classes provided 
a rigid schedule of exercising, run- 
ning, tumbling, and participating in 
volleyball and kickball games. Dif- 
ficult routines on the parallel and 
uneven bars, on the horse, and on 
the balance beam prepared girls in 
advanced classes for the Gymnastics 
Team. Gymnasts competed with 
other Arlingtonites in tryouts for 
intramural contests. 

A combination of courses in the 
Physical Ed. Department helped to 
develop stronger, well-coordinated 
bodies. 




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Naming the basic bones in the human body 
is the task assigned to junior Bobbie 
Vansickle. 



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A variety of activities is offered for Physical 
Education students. Volleyball games, 
wrestling holds, and tumbling routines keep 
boys in good condition. 




With court in session, the judge and sheriff discuss criminal offenses, 
penalties, and sentences. They acquaint sophomore Linda Milam 



with court procedure. Each Driver Education student is expected to 
attend one traffic court session. 



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Military minded boys, girls show respect 

forcountry, 
serve school 

As each boy individually strove to 
meet the qualifications of "cadet of 
the month," 180 ROTC marchers 
stepped to a first place rating in 
county-wide competition of Vet- 
erans' Day. 

Under the direction of Sergeants 
William Pennington and Thomas 
Blackburn, the school's first formal 
rifle team spent hours perfecting 
group precision and personal 
accuracy. The boys drilled with 22 
caliber rifles furnished by the army. 

Priding themselves as the city's 
only "mini-drill team," the six 
shortest ROTC'ers proved that size 
wasn't everything when it came to 
military skill. 

Sergeant Pennington confers with one of the "Big Brass" during the inspection of Arlington 
ROTC troops. He and principal Ralph Clevenger hosted the delegation. 







Dave Huffman and Earl Sandefur learn our 
military past at the World War Memorial. 



Joseph Mohammed practices firing on the 
new range beneath the stadium. 



ROTC sponsor Karen Wilkes checks to make 
sure Michelle Vaughan's uniform is "letter 



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Doug Wasnidge receives a smile and a handshake from Sergeant Pennington as well as congrat- 
ulations on his being named Cadet of the Month. 



"Hup, two, three" counts Frank Wilmoth as 
he concentrates on keeping step. 



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perfect" as the other sponsors stand ready at 
the officers' inspection. 



Principals and sponsors from various schools salute the color guard as they lead Arlington's ROTC 
units past the reviewing stand in the Veterans' Parade. 



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Learning their language, students prepare 

l^mmm for peace, 

united world 




Experience is the best teacher . . . freshman Steve Auch studies vigorously his German assign- 
ment through reading, thinking, and reciting conjugations and declensions. This basic practice 
is followed by all beginning foreign language students. 



Outstanding linguists, surpassing 
classroom standards, participated 
in the I.U. Foreign Language Pro- 
gram. For six weeks, winning stu- 
dents enjoyed all the comforts of 
home with a "foreign flair" in 
the countries of their respective 
languages. 

A miniature "U-Knighted" Nations 
was formed as teen good-will am- 
bassadors of Paraguay, Turkey, the 
Netherlands, Germany, and Brazil 
exchanged ideas with Arlington 
pupils. 

Academically minded Arlington- 
ites broadened their cultural hori- 
zons as they explored the specifics 
of Latin, French, Spanish, and 
German languages this year. 




Poly-linguist, William Fishback, heading the 
Foreign Language Department, prepares an 
oral assignment. 



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The vibrance of the Spanish language sparks Miss Feme Gurvitz, a new faculty member to 
instill a desire for learning in her beginning students. 



With rapt determination, Susanna DeMougin 
applies her skill to learn a new language. 





Mr. Feldman shares a moment of humor with 
his Derivitives class. 



Facilities of a well equipped library bring a profusion of facts and information to foreign stu- 
dents Wilfred Criekspoor and Evren Elmali who are studying the English language. 



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Musicians set beat on field, in concert; 



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perfect skills 



in classroom 

The underlying cadence of drums 
set the beat in the music depart- 
ment as students expressed them- 
selves through melodies, lyrics, and 
arrangements. 

Over 800 students participated in 
music classes that ranged from be- 
ginning band to Arlingtones. Glee 
clubs developed clear tones, 
breathing control, and enunciation 
basics. Concert Choir and Treble- 
aires enlightened the school and 
community with their performances. 

The solo and ensemble contest 
inspired students to perfect com- 
positions and perform before a 
judge for a rating. Concerts, pro- 
grams, and benefits highlighted the 
year's activities as teen-musicians 
exhibited talents. 



High-stepping marching band members 
practice for a half-time show. 





Mark Hoecker and Chris Halter rehearse 
for string ensemble headed by Miss Smith. 



Musically inclined senior Ron Pettigrew marks the scores on his music and studies in preparation 
for his role as Concert Master of the orchestra. 



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The Arlingtones, consisting of 16 advanced vocalists, perform for 
school functions throughout the year. They add entertainment for 



special community activities also. Having mastered the special effects, 
this group participates in other music courses. 





Save that score . . . musicians became 
waders when broken water pipes flooded 
the area. 



Keeping in time with marching band leader Gerry Knipfel's direction, the band runs through its 
halftime numbers before pre-game ceremonies. 



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Clicking typewriters, compiling statistics 



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Leading her class in discussion, senior Jenny Holly compares the prob- in the new Cooperative Education program. This program is designed 

lems, conflicts, rewards, and satisfactions which she is going through to acquaint girls directly with the business world. 




Bookkeeping requires great accuracy in compiling statistics; therefore senior Diane Ford uses an 
adding machine to facilitate her work which must be errorless. 



Explanations from department head, 
Margaret Rowe help Debbie Linton under- 
stand methods. 



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sound out 

big business 
occupations 



The staccato of electric type- 
writers, the drone of new fluid and 
stencil duplicators: automation 
arrived in the business department. 

The rustling pages of a ledger, the 
shuffling of file cards: the mecha- 
nism of filing and bookkeeping 
pulsated deep into wondering 
minds. 

The whirring of a key punch ma- 
chine, the rustle of magnetic tape: 
a medley of IBM computer talk and 
programming surged through data 
processing classes. 

The flow of scrawling pens, the 
hush of busy minds: accelerated 
business classes resounded with 
opportunities. 

The vibration of helping hands, 
the cadence of learning minds: 
introducing pupils to the bustling 
world of Cooperative Education 
Program provided jobs. 




Utilizing the stencil duplicator, senior Patty Shelton knows working carefully with the machine 
insures efficient performance from the duplicator. 





Typewriting skills are improved in class, and application of these skills are practiced as students 
learn how valuable typing can be in other subject assignments. 



Seniors Sandy Dotts and Anita Lawrence 
clean typewriters for good conditioning. 



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Vocational experience, technical skills 

encourage 
shop career 




Required safety glasses protect sophomore Wallace Parham as he developes skill in the art 
of shaping metals in his chosen field of general metals. 



The pounding rhythm of a print- 
ing machine, the steady hum of a 
wood lathe, the insect-like buzz of 
a power saw emerged from the 
industrial arts wing as experienced 
teens specialized in shop courses. 

Under the direction of depart- 
ment head Victor Graves, industrial 
arts students learned the basics of 
shop procedure. 

Beginning students tackled the 
fundamentals of energy sources in 
power mechanics and electronics. 
Hands became adept at presenting 
plans for future building in drawing 
classes, while individual students 
utilized knowledge gained in the 
classroom for projects in wood- 
working. 





Finishing off rough edges with sand paper 
gives wood a "professional shine". 



Armed with ruler and pen and concentrating on precision, Stanley Mikosz surveys closely his 
six week's project which he is working on in graphic arts class. 



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The architecture of tomorrow is designed today in mechanical drawing and drafting classes. 
Junior Russ Palma draws in definite lines to create future buildings. 






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Printing demands extreme accuracy and per- 
fection. Senior Jim Carter sets his type care- 
fully to prevent poor prints. 



It must be a light, precise touch junior William Cherry finds after experimenting with electrical 
equipment. Voltage care is vital William learns. 



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Girls simplify homemaking procedures, 

techniques 

for tomorrow 




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Home nursing includes the fundamentals of correct bed preparation, and child care. Senior 
Carol Forbes demonstrates how to make a bed correctly. 



The cadence of thrifty minds and 
the rhythm of productive hands 
merged in the Home Economics de- 
partment as students prepared for 
the future. 

Probing into the facets of home- 
making, family living and housing- 
managment, courses prepared for 
future living through practical situa- 
tions. Child care and home nursing 
classes enabled girls to plan for 
home emergencies as well as every- 
day happenings. 

The whir of sewing machines and 
the clank of pots and pans sounded 
as teens developed skills in the 
preparation of meals, as well as of 
clothes. 

The annual style show presented 
a kaleidoscope of student flair and 
creativity as girls modeled their own 
dresses, sports outfits, and formals. 








Department head Jean Heaton aids foods 
class in preparing Thanksgiving dinner. 



Pausing for a moment of silent prayer and personal meditation, Home Economics students thank 
God for the blessings bestowed upon them in America. 



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Tedious steps such as pinning, cutting, and basting must be taken before material may be sewn 
on the machine. Susie Wilson marks her darts with tailor tacks and concentration. 




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After a delicious meal, comes the work — girls 
wash dishes and clean up. 





Modeling a summer casual made in home 
economics class, senior Becky Chaille makes 
a last minute check. 



While classmates prepare breakfast Debbie 
Day demonstrates the correct procedure 
taken to set a table. 



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Studying nature, future artistscontemplate 



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In the midst of spring, artists are inspired by nature's beauty. Sophomores Diana Manship and 
Mike Hancock create "masterpieces" aided by the advice of Mrs. Margaret Hindman. 



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their 'world/ 
interpret life 



The humanities were introduced 
into the Art Department this year, 
a special feature to encourage an 
in-depth study of culture. 

Students continued to practice 
their techniques in painting, draw- 
ing, and sculpturing. They exhibited 
skills by designing props and 
scenery for stage productions: 
Talent Show, My Fair Lady, and 
the senior play. Gifts were designed 
in Jewelry and Craft Art classes. 

Precision strokes, accurate pound- 
ing, and detailed incisions paved 
the road for excellence in quality. 
The Scholastic Art Contest sparked 
a desire for advanced and be- 
ginning students to perfect projects 
of their immediate concern. 

Mrs. Margaret Hindman chap- 
eroned a group of aspirant artists 
to Europe last summer to broaden 
their educations in art. 





Art Department head John Simpson per- 
fects his own art work, crafts, paintings, and 
sculptures during his free periods. 




Mixing paint and creating new colors, Senior David Howell designs an abstract painting. He 
concentrates on techniques necessary to express feeling in his painting. 




Adding a foreign accent, advanced artists observe the features of 
foreign students, Esther Pomaredo and Maki Ashwell. They record 



their interpretations in portraits. Artists find that each nationality has 
its own group of outstanding characteristics. 



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The three-fifteen bell 

Marks only a beginning 

For activities — 

Knight involvement. 

The Pop's Concert 

With a guest trombonist, 

The basketball game 

Sparked by cheering fans, 

A lively Spanish tango 

Presented 

At a club meeting 

Exhibit Knights' efforts. 

The underlying rhythm 

Of a booming tympani, 

The shuffling feet 

As students rise 

For the pep song, 

The encouraging applause 

Of a pleased audience 

All sound within 

The involved teen 

As specialization 

Is added 

To the KNIGHT BEAT. 






ACTIVITIES CREDITS 
Directors ...... 

Coordinators 

Cast 

Producer 




Club Sponsors 
. Club Officers 
Knight Enthusiasts 
Patty Donegan 






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Through projects, Student Council spurs 




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Encouraging school spirit by making hoops for football and basketball 
games and by making posters urging team victories, the loyalty- 
boosting members of Spirit Committee are (FRONT ROW, left to 
right) Dave Frederick, Jim Lane, Wilfred Griekspoor, Jim Hutcherson, 
Steve Black, Rob Partenheimer, Craig Winn. (SECOND ROW) Debbie 



Phelps, Sally Capp, Marcy Seybold, Judy Hartley, Denise Marietta, Amy 
Brown, Becky Deputy, Debbie Wilson, Debbie Campbell, Vicki Roan. 
(BACK ROW) Chris Halter, Alma Irving, Carol McCormick, Barb Hart- 
ley, Jenny Ziegler, Debbie Atkins, Robyn Chamness, Mrs. Belgen 
Wells — sponsor. 




Collaborating on a project to "fire up' 
Knights, Barb Hartley discusses a plan. 



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Student Council: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Bill Thomas, Amy Brown, Becky Pearce, Anitra 
Clark, Donna Williams, Bob Lappas, Pat Stutsman, Robyn Chamness, Julie Hart, Steve Draugh- 
on, Barbara Sailant, Marcy Seybold, Trudy Baugh, Jacquie White, Betsy McPherson, Nancy 
Greene, Donna Dunn, Merry Spoolstra, JoAnn Arbuckle, Patty Witthoff, Lois Weber, Lisa Byers, 
Pat Collins. (SECOND ROW) Patty Sims, Tom Burleson, Debbie Wilson, Mollie Livengood, Bob- 
bie VanSickle, Penny Nichols, Mary Linzer, Cindy Neil, Dave Frederick, William R. Anderson, 
Willie Portilla, Criss Horton, Roxanna Porter, Judy Ruddell, Nancy Atkinson, Esther Pomerada, 
Maki Ashwell, Heidi Embach, Denise Marietta, Janie Bashett, Barb Dye, Linda Hepler, Pam Jor- 
dan, Becky Ecklund, Barb Hartley. (THIRD ROW) Steve Kaiser, Jeff Horton, Doug Molin, Scott 
Langan, Ron Shaw, Scott Newkirk, Carol McCormick — vice-president, JoAnne Bryan — secretary, 



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spirit-minded 
participation 

Focusing on human relations, 
scholarship, and school spirit, the 
Student Council and the Spirit 
Committee urged all sfudents to 
participate in activities of service to 
their school during the '68-'69 
school year. 

Student Council president Marc 
Boucher led the members in proj- 
ects such as Howdy Week, Club 
Day, American Education Week, 
and a spirit display contest, helping 
the Council to create student in- 
volvement. 

Spirit reached its peak as Spirit 
Committee members encouraged 
all students to back their school in 
activities and athletic events. A 100- 
car caravan to the Lawrence and 
Warren games, tunnels that reached 
from goalpost to goalpost, and 
spirited student sections made the 
year vibrate with student partici- 
pation and achievement. 




Members of the Student Council Cabinet are (FRONT ROW, left to right) Julie Hart, Barbara 
Saillant, Marc Boucher, Carol McCormick, JoAnne Bryan, Ron Pettigrew, Marcy Seybold, 
Becky Pearce (BACK ROW) Willie Portilla, Nancy Meek, Craig Winn, Steve Kaiser, Ron Shaw, 
Scott Newkirk, Mike Pence, Dave Frederick, Susan Ault, Anitra Clark, Mrs. Belgen Wells — 
sponsor. 




Finding ways to improve a school, Herb 
Henry reads over one of the suggestions. 



Mike Pence, Betsy Reyburn, Ron Pettigrew — treasurer, Bob Chamness, Don Jones, Chuck Mad- 
inger, Paul McSnyder, Cindy Tranberg, Susan Ault, Katie Snyder, Jane Rigsbee, Pam Jessup, 
Martha Atz, Tony Wilson, Diane Buenger, Vicki Altom, Karen Taylor. (BACK ROW) Larry 
Spoolstra, Steve Bishop, Keith DeTrude, Dave Oliver, Jim Culhan, Craig Winn, Jim Hutcherson, 
Russ Palma, Pete Rusthoven, Steve Kehrer, Mark Bishop, Phil Vogelsang, Dave Parsley, Pam 
Shelton, Evren Elmali, Chris Reeder, Herb Henry — parliamentarian, Nancy Meek, Chris Halter, 
Wif Griekspoor, Bruce Hubbard, Jerry Hallett, Sandy Cashman, Edmond Robinson, Donald 
Counts, Carl Hinkle, Marc Boucher — president. The members of Student Council had school 
unity as their goal. 



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Cameras, typewriters, tape recorders, 




As the yearbook's sales campaign gets off to a cheering start, Sports 
Editor Kevin Gillette listens to ACCOLADE campaign promises. Senior 
Editor Anitra Clark and Ralph Weber check copy for errors. Finally 



Ad Editor, JoAnne Bryan, inquires when she can deliver the finished 
product to the advertiser. 



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• Amid the roar of the convention and the audience, Business Manager Mike Pence watches as 
Sergeant Oscar Pedigo (alias the "Convention Cop") steals the show. 

•Where there's a will. there's a way . . . Knights find the most convenient position possible as 
they juggle Accolades at the June autograph party. 



'record' year in accolade; yearbook staff 

reviews 1969 




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Separating interesting pictures from used pictures, Co-editors Debbie Phelps and Jan Cradick 
discuss ideas to tell the story of "1969" with Managing Editor Joan Lancello. 



Cameras clicked, typewriters 
chattered, and tape recorders 
whirred as the ACCOLADE staff 
worked with pictures, words, and 
sounds to tell the story of 1969. 

With cheers, shouts, music, and 
balloons, staff members started 
the yearbook sales campaign by 
voting on the ACCOLADE at an all- 
school auditorium, the "1968 Year- 
book Nominating Convention." 
The ACCOLADE won! 

Senior Ralph Weber recorded 
the sounds of Knights as chief 
photographer Carl Hollingsworth 
snapped the pictures of action that 
characterized the year. 

Planning layouts, writing copy, 
and proportioning pictures, Co- 
editors, Jan Cradick and Debbie 
Phelps, and Managing Editor, Joan 
Lancello, captured on pages the 
activities that made 1969 a year to 
remember in pictures, words, and 
sounds. 




ACCOLADE STAFF; (FRONT ROW) JoAnne Bryan, Darla Worton, 
Debbie Wilson, Karen Boyd, Beckie Bultman, Joan Lancello, Karen 
Jeffries (SECOND ROW) Cheryl Brodhecker, Stephanie Dodd, Linda 



Meko, Joe Ferraro, Anitra Clark, Cindy Loomis, Debbie Phelps, Ralph 
Weber (BACK ROW) Carl Hollingsworth, Mike Pence, Rob Partenhei- 
mer, Mike Glancy, Knut Gratzei, Jan Cradick, Karen Unger. 



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Journalists capture 'Knight beat' weekly; 




LANCER Staff: (FRONT ROW) Madonna Griffey, Marc Boucher, Steve 
Draughon, Bob Lappas, Kay Hinds, Phil Celston, Susie Bischoff, 
Robyn Chamness, Doug Greeson, Alma Irving (SECOND ROW) Peter 
Murphy, Michelle Vaughan, Becky Pearce, Chris Halter, Stephanie 



Bright, Darlene Alonzo, Camille Murray (BACK ROW) Rick Hindel, 
Bruce Rickman, Dave Frederick, Rob Wilson, Wilfred Griekspoor, Jill 
Holmes, Ron Miller, Scott Newkirk, Sally Brown, Janet Schofield, 
Beverly Phelps, Scott MacPherson, Jerry Sheely. 





Senior staff members "fold up" their work 
as they make the last step in production. 



LANCER staff members mix business with pleasure as seniors (Left to Right) Robyn Chamness, 
Marc Boucher, Susie Bischoff, and Brad Davis decorate for Christmas. 



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Lancer staff 
relays news, 
varied items 



An active school year kept the 
Lancer staff busy as they rushed to 
provide up-to-date features and 
editorials of important activities, 
performances, and news of the year. 

Finished Lancers were sent to 
Knight readers after hours of time 
and planning had been spent by 
editor Susie Bischoff and managing 
editor Phil Gelston. Working with 
the staff during and after school 
hours, they proportioned pictures 
and prepared copy for the printer. 

A special holiday issue high- 
lighted the year, as students re- 
ceived candy canes on a green 
Lancer scented with pine spray. 





A difficult problem at hand, editor Susie 
Bischoff ponders over a solution. 



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Preparing stories to be sent to News Bureau are (Top, left to right) Chris Halter, Darlene Alon- 
zo, Madonna Griffey, and Jill Holmes. (Middle) Managing editor Phil Gelston plans a page for 
the LANCER by arranging stories and pictures in an "eye-catching" pattern, and (Bottom) sen- 
ior Bruce Rickman distributes the finished product. 



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Scholars, journalists, join honoraries, gain 





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Seniors Nancy Scherer and Bill Willetts 
take advantage of the NHS Dance's buffet. 



Newly tapped Mary Linzer receives a wel- 
come from NHS sponsor, Mrs. Sally Maze. 



achievements 



"With this candle we light the 
candle of truth." To these words 
new members became a part of the 
honorary groups, National Honor 
Society and Quill and Scroll. In- 
spiring others with qualities of 
service, leadership, and character, 
National Honor Society members 
contributed to the school an all- 
school Christmas dance, "Belles 
and Beaux," featuring a buffet of 
ham and turkey, and fall and 
spring tap day programs. 

Improving journalistic talents, 
Quill and Scroll members worked 
to achieve excellence in newspaper 
and yearbook publications. 

Induction ceremonies and 
speeches took on new significance 
to honor members as they strove 
to attain quality work in their 
activities, setting worthy examples 
for a school to follow. 



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National Honor Society: (FRONT ROW) Lynn Harkins, Marilyn Bram- 
ble, Karen Wilkes, Michele Vaughan, John Marks, Lynn Uberta, Deb 
Phelps, Karen Jeffries, Meg Woods — secretary, Becky Pearce, Joan 
Lancello, Susie Bischoff, Betty Campbell, Anitra Clark — treasurer, Ann 
Waller, Linda Moss, Peggy Klein (SECOND ROW) Mr. Schulz— spon- 
sor, Cindy Todd, Beth Robinson, Robyn Chamness, Vivian Schwo- 
meyer, Carolyn Hill, Janie Branham, Anne Hoggatt, Pat Ohne, Mike 
Cuticchia, Merry Spoolstra, Brenda Griffin, Tamara McEdwards, 
Terry Murphy, Diana Nixon, Carol Hey, Debbie Campbell, Mary Lin- 



zer (THIRD ROW) Craig Winn— vice 
Bigelow, Janet Byers, Ralph Weber, 
Hartley, Carol McCormick, Chris Kin 
Rankin, Marie Falinger, Ann Bishop, 
Richeson (BACK ROW) Steve Kuhl, 
Milam, Allan Kuhlman, Pete Rusth 
Mark Hoecker, Paul Troy, Joe Paulin, 
Schwantes, Pat Kenrick, Ron Shaw 
Edward Harlan. 



president, Russ Kennedy, Sheryl 
Karen Jessup, Janet Brown, Barb 
g, Patty Price, Jean Thorpe, Barb 
Mary Long, Tish LeMaster, Ron 
Stan Baker, Allen Howard, Dave 
oven — president, Randy Nickel, 
David Brooks, David Culp, David 
Richard Meschke, Ken Lazar, 



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Members of the Ella Sengenberger chapter of QUILL AND SCROLL 
are: Debbie Phelps — secretary, Karen Jeffries, Cindy Loomis, JoAnne 
Bryan, Chris Halter, Anitra Clark, Debbie Wilson, Becky Pearce (BACK 
ROW) Scott McPhearson, Stephanie Bright — treasurer, Robyn Cham- 



ness — president, Kevin Gillette — vice-president, Doug Creeson, Marc 
Boucher, Rob Partenheimer, Wilfred Creikspoor, Phil Gelston, Kay 
Hinds, Susie Bishoff, Jill Holmes, Michelle Vaughan, and Joan Lancello. 





Veteran reporter Carl Rowan gives Mike 
Pence advice at a Press Day program. 



President Robyn Chamness looks over the 
humorous Quill and Scroll applications. 

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Questioning pupils search books, probe 

for. answers 




Quiz Team: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Bruce Ikawa, Doug Greeson, Chris Halter. (ROW TWO) 
Steve Kaiser, Pete Rusthoven, Phil Gelston, sponsor Mr. George Feldman. 



Sleeping late on weekends was a 
rare enjoyment for fifteen Science 
Seminar students who attended 
lectures and demonstrations week- 
ly. The enthusiasts listened to out- 
standing scientists from colleges, 
and industries at the I.U. Medical 
Center for two hours on Saturdays. 

Searching for quick answers to 
questions ranging from history to 
physics, Quiz Team aspirants spent 
after school hours practicing with a 
"buzz board." Under the guidance 
of Mr. George Feldman, the scholars 
competed with Tech High School 
on the televised "Exercise in Knowl- 
edge." 

In an effort to "get the most out 
of what is read," Book Club mem- 
bers delved into both the classics 
and modern literature. Mr. James 
Urbain sponsored the group. 




Book Club: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Ivars Rage— treasurer, Steve 
Hyde, Paula Spahr— secretary, Beth Robinson— vice-president, Roy 
Willman— president. (SECOND ROW) Deborah Harrinton, Liz Ralston, 



Becky Clark, Su Cavey, Lisa Williams. (BACK ROW) James Urbain— 
sponsor, Terry Schaifer, Josnn Pappas, Karul Bruton, Kathy Egenes, 
Andrey Irving, Mary Ann Munch, Suzi Taylor. 



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Science Seminar: (FRONT ROW) Mr. Merle Wimmer — sponsor, 
Steve Kuhl, Bob Watkins, Kathy Egenes, Chris Halter, Becky Deputy, 
Terry Murphy (BACK ROW) Doug Greeson, Steve Betras, Jim Thrasher, 



Ivars Rage, Mike Mummey, Dorothy La Fara, Ken Gray, Wilfred Grieks- 
poor. 




Explaining a "new discovery" to science seminar members, Mr. Merle Wimmer describes the 
process of self-perpetuating ferns that he has produced in gallon jar terraniums. 




Firing questions at Quiz Team members Mr. 
George Feldman awaits the correct response. 



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Speakers gain second in state; debaters 

argue draft 




A note file of information on the topic of a "compulsory service system" aids senior debaters 
Alan Kuhlman and Peter Rusthoven — captain, in the preparation of a rebuttal. 



Putting to use the power of 
words, National Forensics League 
Members earned points for the 
honorary organization through par- 
ticipation in speech meets. Reciting 
in areas ranging from story telling 
to extemporaneous speaking, the 
team placed second of 21 schools 
in the state speech tournament. 
Sponsor Mrs. Georgia Floren and 
president Kris Nelson led the group 
in its activities. 

In an effort to prove or disprove 
the topic of the year, Debate Team 
members argued for and against 
the motion, "Resolved: That the 
United States should establish a 
compulsory service system by all 
citizens." The debaters, coached by 
Mrs. Daveda Wyatt, spent hours 
preparing for weekly practice ses- 
sions and meets. 




Members of the Debate Team are (FRONT ROW, left to right) Russell 
Kennedy, Peter Rusthoven, Alan Kuhlman. (BACK ROW) Mike Strong, 



John Marks, Kris Nelson, Jan Brown, Stan Welton, David Schwantes, 
Tod Levitt. 



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National Forensic League: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Tod Levitt, 
Amy Pheeasant, Nancy Olsen, Susie Bischoff, Betsy Mitchell, Patty 
Kingston, Libby Cochran. (SECOND ROW) Jan Brown, Nev Carpenter, 



Steve Kaiser, Stan Welton, Phil Gelston, Larry Lannom, Bruce Hub- 
bard. (BACK ROW) Mrs. Georgia Floren, Mike Kreinik, Alan Kuhlman, 
Dave Schwantes, Pete Rusthoven, Kris Nelson, Russ Kennedy. 




Tallying up points for prospective members, NFL president Kris Nelson, secretary Nancy Olson, 
and sponsor Mrs. Georgia Floren make preparations for honorary initiation. 




Perfecting his technique in broadcasting 
sophomore Mike Kreinik reviews his script. 



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Aspiring actors gain experience in plays, 




Back stage preliminaries for a Thespian production include applying 
make-up to girls and boys alike, transforming students into char- 



acters of the play. Senior Ron Shaw gets the 'treatment' of grease 
paint, eyeshadow, and lipstick before appearing on stage. 





•Supplying costumes for a play means weeks of preparation for senior 
Susan Parsons who took on the job of costume chairman. 
•Traveling to a television station for a performance, repertory mem- 
bers act out the short play 'Blithe Spirit' by Noel Coward. 



earn points 
in Thespians 



Starring behind the scenes to add 
that special touch to the stage, and 
performing before the demanding 
audiences, the National Thespian 
Society worked five days a week 
to provide entertainment for stu- 
dents. 

Under the direction of sponsor 
Mrs. Daveda Wyatt and president 
Russ Kennedy, apprentice Thes- 
pians earned points to gain mem- 
bership by taking part in school 
productions and aiding the back- 
stage crew with lights, costumes, 
and makeup. 

The first year for the new Reper- 
tory Group was a successful one 
as they traveled to grade schools 
and group luncheons to present 
one act plays. 

Other activities included movie 
parties and a trip to a television 
station. 




Playing a leading role in My Fair Lady, Dan 
McDermott gains acting experience. 



Thespian members are (FRONT ROW left to 
right) James Brown, Barb Tipton, Michelle 
Vaughan, Amy Pheasant, Kathy Grinslade, 
John Marks — vice-president, Amy Quate, 
Meg Woods, Bonnie Beaumont, Vicki Van 
Duren, Janet Byers, Sherri Hanes, Tod Levitt, 
Cheryl Black. (SECOND ROW) Bill Coffey, 
Karen Jessup, Nancy Olson, Patsi Ohne, 
Nancy Atkinson, Sheryl Radtke, Carolyn Hill, 
Marsha Todd, Anita Poole, Valerie Smith, 
Chip Hill, Mrs. Daveda Wyatt, Steve Kaiser. 
(THIRD ROW) Kris Scheusler, Christine 
Halter, Libby Cochran — treasurer, Judy Tip- 
ton, Ralph Weber, Linda Rosenquist, Kelly 
Slocum, Susan Parsons — clerk, Cathy Hunt- 
singer, Beth Sloan, Walter Parks, Marcia 
Reider, Ron Shaw, Jim McGuill. (BACK 
ROW) Jan Brown — secretary, Ron Phillips, 
Lloyd White, Phil Gelston, Bruce Hubbard, 
Ron Miller, Russ Kennedy — president, Kris 
Nelson, Allan Kuhlman, Pete Rusthoven, 
Dan McDermott, Stan Welton, Steve Tru- 
lock. 




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Bands provide 'Knight beat' for halftime, 

two parades 




Members of the Pep Band are (FRONT ROW, left to right) Paul Bailey, John Marquart, Ron 
Richeson, Allen Howard, Dave Weston. (SECOND ROW) Phil Woodard, Ron Amos, Steve 
Kehrer, Ray Pohland, Larry Spoolstra. (THIRD ROW) Mike Blue, Marty Byers, Tom Edwards, 
Alan Zaring, Dave Sommerville, Richard Klippel. (BACK ROW) Les Tomlinson, Steve Walton, 
Phil Allen, Bob Mott, Charles Conrad, and Greg Maxwell. 



A loud, brilliant fanfare of 
trumpets and the rhythm of the 
drum corps brought the Marching 
Knights of Arlington High School 
onto the field and into a formation 
of a Knight's shield. 

Lively songs and marches kept 
band members "on their toes." 
The Veteran's Day Parade, the 
"500" Parade, and the opening of a 
local theater highlighted the band's 
activities. 

A trip to Purdue University was a 
first for the band as they traveled 
to West Lafayette to take part in a 
half-time show featuring high 
school bands from all over the state. 

Flag twirlers, majorettes, and pen- 
nant members sparkled in new 
black sequin outfits, and band 
members in their new uniforms 
added to the color and liveliness of 
the routines. 




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Pennant Corps: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Lori Grana. (SECOND 
ROW) Becky Pearce, Beth Loveless, Pam Denney, Ann Waller, Patty 
Donegan, Peggy Duclus, Cindy Clark. (THIRD ROW) Barbara Saillant, 
Merle Safford, Cindy Loomis, Susan Young, Debbie Campbell, Mary 



Linzer, Debbie Wilson, Mrs. Burdeen Schmidt. (BACK ROW) Conne 
Dickson, Diane Cones, Debbie Felkins, Elizabeth Kidwell, Elaine Phil- 
lips, Nancy Scherer, Anne Mathews, Chris Halter, Donna Roberts, 
Patty Villars, Charlotte Bujarsky, Chris King, Barb Hartley. 




Marching Band: (FRONT ROW, left to 
right) Diane Walton, Cathleen Cloiwer, Bob 
Rusher, Kevin Haag, Kirk Jackson, Dennis 
Weber, Mark Lanham, Glenann Spalding, 
Jerri McNeely, Jane Fleshood, Doug Weber. 
(SECOND ROW) Howard McPeek, Larry 
Page, Roger West, Jim Geifer, Carol Huser, 
Bill Plase, Dave Weston, Paul Bailey, Mark 
Banks, John Marquart, Gail DeHaven, 
Mary Ann Loson, Harry Clouch, Allen 
Howard. (THIRD ROW) Phil Utigard, Mark 
Miller, Dave Edmonds, Bob Mott, Phil 
Woodard, Ray Pohland, Linda Scoot, Paul 
Elochart, Carl Cable, Charles Conrad, Steve 
Click, Dave Johnston, Linda Good, Barb 
Stephenson, Rob Jackson, Phil Allen. 
(FOURTH ROW) Bob Unger, Jim Hagan,- 
Larry Spoolstra, Bob Cassel, Mark Klippel, 
Alan Zaring, Don Woods, David Searles, 
Dave Sommerville, Ron Amos, Jim Wood,. 
Mike Hutson, Jeff Johnson, Lance Wickliff, 
Marty Byers, Tom Edwards, Chris Coder, 
Steve Hill, Mike Blue, Steve Kehrer. (BACK 
ROW) Mark Hoecker, Gerald Knipfel, Rich- 
ard Klippel, Bob Randolph, Mark Bishop, 
Larry Dimmick, Rick Young, Steve Walton, 
Greg Maxwell, Mike Rawlinson, Les Tomlin- 
son, Howard Graves, Randy Davis, Rick 
Cagle, and Ron Tabak. 



Barb Stephenson's flute adds melody to the 
songs of the marching band. 



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String musicians bring symphonic sound 




String Ensemble: (FRONT ROW left to right) Ron Pettigrew, Sharon 
Taylor, Nancy Tingle, Brenda Wright, Carol Gierke, Diane Nixon, Nan 



Colbert, Mark Hoecker (BACK ROW) Mark Kresge, Mary Ann Long, 
Ann Bishop, Jayne Merriman, Linda Rosenquist, Chris Halter. 



Concert Orchestra: (FRONT ROW, left to 
right) Ron Pettigrew, Sharon Taylor, Nancy 
Tingle, Brenda Wright, Carol Grierke, Diana 
Nixon, Nan Colbert, Mark Hoecker. CSfC- 
OND ROW) Mark Kresge, Ann Bishop, Kathy 
Egenes, Patty Price, Barbara Kouwe, Scott 
Holdoway, Barbara Riedy, Bobbe Hill, Linda 
Hepler, Allan Howard, Rob Jackson, Sheryl 
Kuhlman, Linda Rosenquist, John Hall, Carol 
Mason, Rivienne Shedd, Leslie Routt, Vicki 
Van Duren. (THIRD ROW) Jayne Merriman, 
Rebecca Smith, David Outterson, Steve 
Kehrer, Ronald Amos, Jim Hagen, Carol 
Marquart, Larry Spoolstra, Bob Cassell, Mike 
Blue, Lance Wickliff, Mike Hudson, Steve 
Walton, Mike Poulimas, Diana Manship, 
Laura Johnson. (BACK ROW) Kathy Routt, 
Maria McDaniels, Les Tomlinson, Laurie 
Peterson, Miss Pricilla Smith, Fred Halter, 
Jim Maple, Chris Halter, Mike Sylvester, 
John Gregory, Becky Taylor. 




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to concerts, 
fall musica 



Perfecting musical talents with 
long hours of practice, Orchestra 
members gained recognition at Ar- 
lington and other local stages. 
Home concerts given with skill by 
the musicians included a Christmas 
Concert, background music for "My 
Fair Lady" and a March concert 
featuring student soloists. Concerts 
at Eastgate, elementary schools, and 
a judged performance in State Con- 
test bringing them a first division, 
took the group away from the 
school to gain wider experience in 
performing. 

A select group from the Orches- 
tra, the String Ensemble, gave all 
string presentations for the Re- 
gional Conference of American 
Strings at North Central and for 
the Teacher's Association, adding to 
the achievements of Orchestra dur- 
ing the school year. 




Focusing their attention on achieving perfection in their music, string members of the orchestra 
use their talent during practice time to prepare for the spring concert. 




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Band features trombone, trumpet solos, 




Striking up the band, conductor Mr. Gerald Knipfel listens closely for the right tone, dynamics 
tempo, and instrumental blend during a concert. 



Concert Band: (FRONT ROW, left to right) 
Meg Woods, Linda Rosenquist, Patty Done- 
gan, Carolyn Hill, Rob Jackson, Holly Will- 
man, Linda Hepler, Bobbe Hill. (SECOND 
ROW) Diane Nixon, Alan Howard, Steve 
Kuhl, Carol Marquart, Larry Spoolstra, Bob 
Cassell, Randy Nickel, Katie Snyder, Mike 
Hammerle, Becky Deputy, Gail DeHaven, 
Karen Weaver, John Hall, Scott Holloway, 
John Cavanaugh. (THIRD ROW) Sheryl 
Kuhlman, Arlene Mithoefer, Sherry Radtke, 
Sharon Cinders, Phil Woodard, Ron Amos, 
Steve Kehrer, Mark Miller, Dave Edmonds, 
Ray Pohland, Bob Mott, Howard McPeek, 
Larry Page, Roger West, Bob Unger, Phil 
Utigard, Jim Ceyer, Dave Weston, Mark 
Banks, Paul Bailey, Ron Richeson. (FOURTH 
ROW) Margie Jacques, Mary Ann Olsen, John 
Marquart, Don Kraege, Bob Randolph, Mary 
Kay Kellerhals, Mike Sylvester, Mark Bishop, 
Steve Walton, Mark Klippel, Dave Sommer- 
vi Me, Mark Hutson, Marty Byers, Chris Coder, 
Tommy Edwards, Lance Wycliff, Steve Hill, 
Mike Blue. (BACK ROW) Joe Markland, 
Howard Graves, Ron Tayback, Greg Maxwell, 
Les Tomlinson, Laurie Peterson, Ray Graham. 



gives music 
'Knight beat' 

Blending the sounds of brass, 
woodwind, and percussion, Concert 
Band members created the Knight 
Beat in classical, contemporary, and 
pop tunes. 

Urbie Green, often called the 
Doc Severenson of the trombone, 
stepped up the beat with lively 
renditions of "Sunny" and 
"Green Bee" at his fall solo appear- 
ance at the Pops Concert. Adding 
glamour and vocal talent, Kit Field, 
Miss Indiana, emceed the musical 
performance. 

Opus 8 trumpet soloist Bud Bris- 
bois, a high note artist who plays 
with Henry Mancini, brought a 
Latin flavor to the Arlington stage. 
Mr. Nilo Hovey guest conducted 
the spring concert. 

Entering class A at contest, the 
band was judged on their skills. 



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M. C. Kit Field, Miss Indiana, captures the 
Pops Concert audience with a hit song. 



Tuba players Steve Walton (left) and Mark 
Bishop find their job an armful. 




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Merging vocal talents, choir, Arlingtones 




With a hand in the air and ears tuned for flats, 
Mr. Ralph Horine directs the choir. 



Anticipating the spring concert, members of 
the Concert Choir review selections. 





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Members of the Concert Choir are (FRONT ROW, left to right) Deb- 
bie Ingram, Chris Dilley, Anita Poole, Marsha Todd, Karen Jessup, 
Libby Cochran, Kathy Hammer, Sally Brown, Kelly Slocum, Jane 
Rigsbee, Barb Kouwe, Peggy Klein, Donna Dunn, Anne Hoggatt, Gayle 
Boyd, Debbie Campbell, Katie Snyder, Debbie VonWiller, Mr. Ralph 
Horine. (SECOND ROW) Kathy Atkinson, Sharon Gale, Cindy Sprad- 
ling, Donna Quinnett, JoAnne Bryan, Jill Holmes, Linda Rosenquist, 
Jan Brown, Carol McCormick, Diane Clodfelter, Jo Weston, Ann 
Bishop, Barb Tipton, Marcia Reider, Katie Wichser, Brenda Griffin, 



Jayne Merriman, Amy Pheasant, Karen Weaver. (THIRD ROW) Rick 
Hanes, Roger Bender, Jim Maple, Bill Coffey, Dan Ross, Steve Bridges, 
Rick Crosson, Joe Bennett, Russ Kennedy, Mark Milam, Steve Black, 
Mike Blue, John Ferguson, Ken Whisman, Mike Krienik, Chris Conlin, 
Dave Freeman, Chuck Madinger, Mrs. June Edison. (BACK ROW) 
Eric Anderson, Rick Wenzel, Dan McDermott, Lloyd White, Jim 
Stonecipher, Dick Emery, John Stoughton, Tom Valdez, Jerry Eidson, 
Allan Kuhlman, Dan Lane, Emil Molin, Dave Moody, Ron Shaw, Tim 
Ernest, Steve Fralish, Stephen Christian, Ron Miller. 



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give musical 
productions 



Seventy-six vocalists combined 
their Concert Choir Talents to bring 
Arlington and the surrounding com- 
munity the perfected sound of mu- 
sic that was a Knight distinction. 
Religious, folk-rock, and con- 
temporary pieces enlivened their 
performances. 

"My Fair Lady" gave individual 
members the chance to master their 
cockney accents and use their 
abilities in solos and chorus parts. 
Caroling downtown, the singers 
echoed the "rum-pum" of "The 
Little Drummer Boy" from the 
dome of the State Capitol at Christ- 
mas time. 

Providing school and community 
concerts, 16 "Arlingtones" joined 
efforts with the Tech High School 
Melodaires to present an authentic 
Madrigal Feast. 

The group rated a perfect score 
in the district solo and ensemble 
contest at Tech. 




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Arlingtones (FRONT ROW, left to right) Donna Quinnett, Gwen Ferguson, Cindy Spradling, 
Ann Bishop, Marcia Reider, Debbie Campbell, Katie Wichser. (BACK ROW) Lloyd White, Ron 
Pettigrew, Dick Emery, Allan Kuhlman, Steve Kehrer, Steve Black, Emil Molin, Dave Moody. 




Providing music for the Arlingtones, ac- 
companist Mary Long practices for a show. 




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After suffering through a long evening of voice lessons given by Higgins to Eliza, members of the 
Arlingtones sing the "Servants Chorus" in the musical "My Fair Lady." 



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Ensembles present musical concerts 




Boys Ensemble: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Dave Johnston, Tom 
Charleston, Stuart Wilson, David Gioe, Jim Ingram, Jim Maple- 
accompanist. (SECOND ROW) Kerry England, Rick Gorsline, Don 



Allen, Rodney Reid, Gregory Owens, Chip Hill, Tom Zentz. (THIRD 
ROW) Alan McGill, Steve Cotts, Skip Fisher, Norman Brandenstein, 
Dennis Matchett, James Black. 




"Official accompanist" Mrs. June Edison 
accents vocal groups during concerts. 



Practicing before a performance, members of the Boys' Ensemble strive for musical perfection: 
a result of daily practice and utilization of knowledge. 



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of classical, 
show tunes 



Adding a lively touch to the Ar- 
lington "sound of music," mem- 
bers of Treble-aires performed at 
the Christmas concert and "decked 
the halls" with carols on the day 
before vacation. The all-girl chorus 
was chosen on individual vocal abil- 
ity. The group of 60 soprano and 
alto musicians aimed for "concert 
quality." 

The counterpart of Treble-aires, 
Boys' Ensemble, also sang in the 
Christmas Concert. With 32 tenors 
and basses already part of the choir, 
12 more boys were added to the 
performing group the second 
semester. The musical Knights were 
selected from advanced glee clubs 
for their musical talents. 

Both groups performed in the 
annual spring concert and received 
honors in state competition. 




Officers of Treble-aires (left to right) Andy McDaniels, Lucielle Snyder, and Conne Dickson 
perform the more enjoyable portion of their duties. 




Treble-aires: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Mr. Ralph Horine, Pam 
Morelock, Patty McPherson, Carol Auch, Debbie Bennett, Cindy 
Clark, Marcia Sakrison, Camille Murray, Diane Jackson, Sarah Gildea, 
Amy Quate, Vicki Altom, Mrs. June Edison. (SECOND ROW) Luci 
Snyder, Jan Hawkersmith, Sandee Schloot, Carla Martin, Sheri Hanes, 
Casey Rotizien, Conne Dickson, Debbie Wilson, Darla Worton, Susan 
Verrill, Becky Salter, Pam Sapp, Sharon Taylor, Carol Gierke. 
(THIRD ROW) Joyce Gabbert, Susan Parsons, Kathy Anderson, Vicki 



Van Duren, Melani Darrell, Karen Wilkes, Sherry Anderson, Heidi 
Embach, Debbie Justus, Lisa Wichser, Carol Hughes, Mary Wilfong, 
Diane Davis, Elaine Phillips, Diane Martin. (BACK ROW) Andrenese 
McDaniels, Valerie Smith, Janet Byers, Sherry Gibson, Diana Butche, 
Linda Updike, Debbie Bow, Mary Ann Munch, Becky Taylor, 
Robbie Rice, Sigrid Sauter, Patricia Boone, Cathy McFarland, Jan 
Behrmann, Kathy Routt, Joan Sibley. The vocalists "caroled" the 
Christmas spirit through the halls before vacation. 



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Accolade Representatives are (FRONT ROW left to right) Denise 
Ball, Judy Hartley, David Outterson, Carolyn Crisp, Kathy Lammers, 
Cathy Clark, Lou Ann Stroude, Vicki Burnett, Vickie Harriman, Malin- 
da Brown, Janice Cherpas, Linda Caldwell, Jan Jackson, Nancy Greene. 
(SECOND ROW) Kris Carter, Barb Hartley, Sue Murphy, Barb Ste- 
phenson, Linda Meko, Barbara Saillant, Cindy Loomis, Debbie Wilson, 
Brenda Griffin, Camille Murray, Candy Bader, Ann Calvert, Sherry 



Deckard. (THIRD ROW) Susan Baron, Ray Saillant, Darla Shadrick, 
Denise Slinkard, Debbie Seay, Karen Boyd, Paula Lothamer, Diana 
Butche, Mary Smith, Diane Tolliver, Jeannie Vitalins, Carol Pullian, 
Betsy Mitchell (BACK ROW) Carl Helmick, Betsy Reyburn, Gary Irwin, 
Bob Mesalam, Roy Willman, Rudyard Heady, Grant Davis, Brenda 
Wright, Cecilia Abbott, Charmaine Teschendorf, Margaret Martyniak, 
Laura Ferguson, Anita Lawrence. 




Messengers are (FRONT ROW left to right) Denise Ford, Susie Stan- 
ley, Linda Good, Christy Clark, Don Rice, Gary Irwin, Susie Meara, 
Beverly Craig, Valita Teschendorf, Pam Cassidy, Diane Jackson, Martina 
Tubbs, Cathy McFarland, Mrs. Belgen Wells— sponsor. (SECOND 
ROW) Janine Everly, Susan Wheller, Sandy Barnes, Marcia McKer, 
Susie Wood, Sandy Norris, Susan Robling, Barbara Gooten, Monica 
Bernett, Cathy Beeler, Kathy Modica, Sandee Schloot, Debbie John : 



son. (THIRD ROW) Jackie Schorn, Ann Upson, Kathy Caron, Debbie 
Adkins, Vera Brown, Mike Haley, Sandra Parris, Becky Leeper, Sharon 
Martin, Debbie Fontaine, Diana Spurlock, Cheryl Jennings, Jo Ann 
Payne. (BACK ROW) Dennis Brown, Carey Lykins, Jeff Lewis, Dave 
Parsley, Jeff McDemott, Bruce Rickman, Joe Trester, Rick Stone- 
king, Glenn Swisher, Julie Pool, Michael Boyd. Messengers were kept 
busy delivering call slips to students each day. 



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News bearers deliver call slips, Lancers, 

Accolades 




Counting out enough Lancers for their homerooms, Lancer Representatives stop in the publi- 
cation office each Friday to pick up the weekly papers. 



Helping office administrators and 
deans, office messengers dutifully 
delivered well-known "green invi- 
tations." Each messenger spent one 
period daily distributing the call 
slips, alphabetizing, looking up 
schedules, putting messages in 
teachers' boxes, and answering the 
telephone. 

In addition to regular duties, 
eighth period messengers delivered 
daily absence lists to all teachers. 
As a special assignment, first period 
messengers showed new students 
around the school. 

When not busy with other tasks, 
the messengers used the period as 
a study hall. 

LANCER representatives' duties 
included delivering weekly news- 
papers to students in homerooms, 
while aiding the yearbook staff, 
ACCOLADE representatives sold 
books in the fall and helped with 
the delivery when the books ar- 
rived. 




Lancer Representatives are (FRONT ROW, left to right) Mary Hinds, 
Amy Brown, Dave Johnston, Debbi Roeder, Joan Lancello, Don Zentz, 
Mike Pearcy, Debbie Fitt, Debbie Wilson, Linda Horton, Dana Craw- 
ley, Nancy Greene, Amy Quate, Dena Townsend, Debbi Haines. (SEC- 
OND ROW) Cathy McFarland, DeAnn Bell, Barb Hartley, Sherry 
Anderson, Susan Baron, Marty Day, William Portilla, Karen Boyd, Char- 
lotte Carrier, Monica Meyers, Darla Shadrick, Barb Stephenson, 
Camille Murray, Kathy Reed, Sheri Trump, Jan Brown. (THIRD ROW) 



Ann Fobes, Jack Minton, Donny Rice, Jack Smith, Kurt Dietz, Ron 
Moody, Libby Cochran, Conne Dickson, Kathy Hammer, Gary Irwin, 
Criss Horton, Ronald Shaw, Charmaine Tischendorf, Margaret Marty- 
niak, Jack Main. (BACK ROW) Lis Walsh, Tom Yeagley, Tommy Jo Lan- 
nan, Craig Winn, Ed Harlan, Jack Lane, Don Thrasher, Lloyd Bridges, 
Randy Nickel, Paul Troy, Pete Rusthoven, Chris Reeder, Lenard Beas- 
ley, Steve Kaiser, Kathy Routt. The representatives distributed Lancers 
to the homerooms every week. 



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Assistants apply skills by aiding teachers 




The Academic Assistants are (FRONT ROW, left to right) Denise Purvis — art, Vivian Schwo- 
meyer — art, Barbara Stephenson — music. (BACK ROW) Saralyn Stalcup — science, Diana Bailey 
— math, Karen Jessup — foreign language, JoAnn Papas — English, Anita Lawrence — business, 
Sandy Dotts — English. 




Biology assistant Carol Huser discovers that 
"cleaning up is part of the job." 




Boys' Physical Education Assistants are (FRONT ROW, left to right) 
Gary Irwin, Tom King, Lenny Massingale, Ron Coutts. (SECOND 
ROW) Gary Orr, Gary Muse, James Lunsford, Fred Hart. (THIRD ROW) 



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Larry Gurchiek, Dave Moore, Greg Lanum, David Huffman. (BACK 
ROW) Mark Hammond, Randy Brinegar, Curt Romeril, Bob Maas. 
Assistants helped Physical Education teachers with gym classes. 



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in classes, 
gymnastics 



Taking time out from their reg- 
ular studies, students became "sec- 
retaries" as they worked in various 
educational departments helping 
teachers to prepare class materials. 
The one-period job of Academic 
Assistants included such tasks as 
typing and mimeographing tests, 
letters, and notes, and filing ma- 
terials. 

In an effort to put to use their 
acquired skills, Physical Education 
Assistants helped pupils with gym- 
nastics and tumbling, demonstrated 
techniques, kept records and at- 
tendance, and ran errands. The 
assistants were chosen on the abili- 
ty of leadership, initiative, dependa- 
bility, honesty, and a thorough 
knowledge of the basic gymnastic 
skills. 




Helping a physical education student keep her balance on the "horse," P.E. assistant Cathy 
Clark aids a beginning gym class in doing exercises and perfecting gymnastic skills. 




Girls' Physical Education Assistants are (FRONT ROW, left to right) 
Tisha Lemaster, Nancy Atkinson, Pam Denney, Cathy Clark, Katy 
Snyder, Judy Jannusch, Merle Safford, Nancy Pike. (SECOND ROW) 
Barbara Saillant, Susie Tonnis, Debbie Fitt, Linda Updike, Ann Wal- 
ler, Debbie Campbell, Cindy Neil, Norma Green (THIRD ROW) Beth 



Robinson, Brenda Ping, Cynthia Colby, Debbie Wiersma, Betsy Rey- 
burn, Pat Stutsman, Billie Hammond, Mary Linzer, Robyn Chamness, 
(BACK ROW) Janet Clark, Laura Woods, Candy Belden, Bobbe Hill, 
Roberta Van Sickle, Memory Lawhorn, Cathy Stewart, Nancy Scherer. 
These students aided beginning gym classes each day. 



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Girls give school, community services, 




Tri-Hi-Y: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Debbie McMahon, Barbara Boyd, 
Camille Murray, Vicki Van Duren, Maki Ashwell, Saralyn Stalcup, 
Miss Weaver. (SECOND ROW) Gayle Boyd, Jill Holmes, Barbara Kouwe, 
Janet Schofield, Chris Halter, Phyllis Linenberger, Beth Stalcup. 



(BACK ROW) Jane Rigsbee, Arlene Mithoefer, Esther Pomereda, 
Barbara Reidy, Kathy Routt— President, Debbie Klenek, Memory Law- 
horn. 




Clinic Assistants: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Mary Barrett, Cheryl 
Brodhecker, Denise Ford, Susan Wilson, Deborah Harris, Bobbie 
Kline. (SECOND ROW) Terre Jones, Karen Unger, Susan Crawley, 



Linda Green, Karen McCausland, Jana Brown, Cecelie Field. (BACK 
ROW) Lizebeth Cochran, Cheryl Catt, Ausma Brikmanis, Barbara Gab- 
bert, Sue Sorrell, Patty Villars, Christine Gray, Karen Johannessen. 



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donate time 
to patients 



Combining friendship and a de- 
sire to help others, Red Cross Club, 
Tri-Hi-Y members and Clinic Assist- 
ants contributed to the school and 
community with their services and 
special projects. 

Under the direction of sponsor 
Mrs. Gladysmae Good and presi- 
dent Becky Salter, Red Cross Club 
members prepared party boxes and 
sent Christmas cards to Viet Nam. 

Searching for answers concern- 
ing questions about the likes and 
dislikes in girl-boy relationships, 
Tri-Hi-Y sponsored a "senior boys' 
discussion panel." Guided by spon- 
sor Miss Clara Weaver and presi- 
dent Kathy Routt, the girls took 
part in the Model United Nations. 

Clinic Assistants gained experi- 
ence in their field of interest as 
they aided nurses Mrs. Rowena 
Graub and Mrs. Diane Flora. Donat- 
ing free time during the day, the 
girls handled responsibilities rang- 
ing from taking temperatures to 
keeping records straight. 




Members of the Red Cross Club are (FRONT ROW, left to right) Becky Salter— president, 
Lesley Salmon, Marty Bernett. (SECOND ROW) Valerie Calvert, Patty Bryant, Terri Booi! 
(THIRD ROW) Monica Bernett, Charlotte Carrier, Donna Carrier. (BACK ROW) Mrs. Gladysmae 
Good— sponsor, Janet Woodruff, Sandy Shoemaker, Mark Teepe. 





Among duties as a clinic aid, sophomore 
Cec Fields checks patients' symptoms. 



Preparing for a city-wide Valentine party at the Indianapolis Chapter House, members of the 
Red Cross Club fashion table decorations from construction paper and lace. 



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Technicians, A-V assistants form school 




Putting time and effort into creating scenery for a play, juniors David Martin and Steve Fralish 
use craftsmenship skills they learned as auditorium technicians. 



'backbone' 



While casts spent hours rehears- 
ing for plays and costume and sce- 
nery committees assembled props, 
auditorium technicians spent their 
time preparing spot light cues and 
backdrop operations. 

Under the direction of sponsor 
Bernard Heeke, the seventeen- 
member crew coordinated efforts 
to synchronize sound, lighting, and 
curtain calls. Special effects were 
also handled by the men behind 
the scenes. 

Handling'the audio-visual details 
for each classroom, A-V assistants 
scheduled projector assignments, 
ordered films, and prepared trans- 
parencies for the overhead pro- 
jectors. The plastic overlays aided 
math and biology teachers. Sponsor 
Irvin Cash supervised the assistants' 
work. 




Auditorium Technicians are (FRONT ROW, left to right) Jeff Ping, . 
Pete Murphy, Greg Maxwell, Rick Haemmerle. (SECOND ROW) Bruce 
Howe, Mark Milam, Stephen Walton, Ralph Weber, David Martin, Mike 
Haemmerle, John Benton. (BACK ROW) Bernard Heeke— director, 



William Cherry, Steve Fralish, Lenard Beasley, Michael R. Kennedy, 
John M. Anderson, Jon Parker. The boys handled all auditorium pro- 
ductions. 



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Audio-Visual Assistants are (FRONT ROW, left to right) Steve Click, 
Susie Bischoff, Eric Maxey, Terry Murphy. (SECOND ROW) Irvin Cash 
— director, Ralph Weber, Rachel Irick, Roger Robinson, Mary Ann 



Neeley, John Benton. (BACK ROW) Rich Crosson, William Cherry, 
John Potts, John C. Collins, Bob Kraucunas, Dan Ratz. Assistants took 
care of film scheduling and projector usage. 



Anticipating the signals from the actors on the stage, senior auditorium technicians Greg Max- 
well and John Benton grasp the rope to raise the main curtain. 



Making copies of papers for teacher is a 
duty of A-V assistant John Potts. 





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History oriented clubs review the past; 




Bible Club: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Greg Biberdorf, Kathy Reed, 
Becky Salter, Debbie Ross,' Janet Marr, Cheryl Clark, Jane Rigsbee, 
Yao-Ling Chang, Carol Pulliam, Janet Woodruff. (SECOND ROW) 
Kathy Atkinson, Carole Bruton, Katie Snyder, Marcia Reider, Linda 
Rawlings, Mary Kay Kellerhale, Donna Quinnett, Camille Murray, Luci 
Snyder, Rebecca Smith. (THIRD ROW) Paul McMichael, David Mor- 



tin, Walter Parks, Elizabeth Watford, Kathy Egenes, Diana Nixon, Linda 
Osborn, Debbie Klenes, Jayne Merriman, Barbara Kouwe. (BACK 
ROW) Darryl Dougherty, Ron Miller, Steve Kehrer, Bill Coffey, Roger 
West, Cliff Lane, Bob Watkins, Doug Greeson, David Oliver, Mark 
Teepe. 



Members of the History Club, Russ Kennedy, Susie Bischoff and Janie Branham, equip their 
refreshment stand with cokes and popcorn for the coming basketball game. 



Latin "slave" Mark Kresge models his toga 
for Edmond Robinson and Mr. George 
Feldman. 





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concentrate 
on present 

Relating history to the present, 
members of Latin Club, Bible Club 
and Knights of History focused on 
grasping past and present philoso- 
phies. 

Bible Club was introduced this 
year under the guidance of sponsor 
John Allen. The group enjoyed 
benefit projects such as Christmas 
caroling for elderly people. 

Honored as the outstanding his- 
torical club in Indiana for three 
years, the Knights of History spent 
their time conducting tours of the 
city and handling school conces- 
sion stands. 

Greece and Rome came alive as 
Latin Club members related past 
and present languages. Sponsored 
by George Feldman, the group par- 
ticipated in the International Ban- 
quet and the Honors Abroad Pro- 
gram. 




Members of the Latin Club are (FRONT ROW, left to right) Sharon Taylor, Sharon Martin, 
Sheryl Hawkins, Mihoko Mathews, Janie Branham. (BACK ROW) Mr. George Feldman — 
sponsor, Mark Kresge, Chris Conlin — president, Edmond Robinson, Pat Reap, Michael Reap — 
editor of the TRIDENT, Mike Richeson. Members attended the International Banquet. 




History Club: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Bob Solberg, Judy Lan- 
non. (SECOND ROW) Susie Bischoff, Chris Parsley, Becky Smith, 
Marcia Combs, Susie Heady, Amy Quate. (THIRD ROW) Mrs. Pa- 
tricia Maurey, Rudyard Heady, Sara Dunbar, Kathy Egnes, Terry Schaef- 



er, Jan Brown, Anne Hoggatt, Janie Branham, Robert Shannon. 
(BACK ROW) John Potts, Dave Hoggatt, Bill Hixon, Roger Robinson, 
Roy Willman, Ivars Rage, Steve Robertson, William Chewy, Lenard 
Beasley, Steve Kaiser. The group guided tours of the Riley Trails. 



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Languages provide adventure passports 




Members of Spanish Club are (FRONT ROW, left to right) Feme 
Gurvitz— sponsor, Linda Good, Patty Sims, William Portilla, Donna 
Quinnett, Camille Murray, Candy Bader, Julie Tyler, Susan Verrill, 
Mercedes Portilla— sponsor. (SECOND ROW) Lou Ann Steele, Sandy 
Shoemaker, Maria Saiz, Patty Hensley, Janet Marr, Dena Townsend, 
Marcia Combs, Pam Stefanik, Judy Lannom, Linda Horton. (THIRD 



ROW) Harry Crouch, Armando Perez, Marcia Sakrison, Bill Pember- 
ton, Jeanie Sims, Carol Huser, Janet Schofield, Maria Ashwell, Bea- 
trice Davis. (BACK ROW) Roger Robinson, Jeannine Krieder, Becky 
Imel, Chris Buenger, Bob Kraucunas, Barbara Reidy, Diane Walton, 
Katie Koers, Esther Pomareda, Jerri McNeely. Slides, panel discussions, 
and a trip to see "Man of LaMancha" highlighted club activities. 



In native costume, Terry Murphy tells Randy 
Bole about her trip to Germany. 



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Seniors Karen Jessup (left) and Patty Sims exchange remembrances of their trips to Mexico. 
Karen visited the country two years ago while Patty toured the land last summer. 



in cultures, 
traditions 



The languages of today are as 
varied as the societies to which 
they belong, and to acquaint stu- 
dents with this cultural dimension, 
German Club members explored 
the diverse aspects of German cus- 
toms. To increase this knowledge, 
members viewed films, slides, and 
published a paper, "Der Ritter." 
Other activities included a visit to 
the Stockholm House and a Ger- 
man Supper. 

Films, tapes, and slides helped 
supplement class studies for mem- 
bers of the French Club as they 
examined French customs. Guest 
speakers for the club included na- 
tive Frenchmen and foreign ex- 
change students. 

With the idea of promoting an 
interest in culture and language, 
the Spanish Club made use of 
panel discussions, slides and games. 
The group also attended the play, 
"Man of La Mancha," in addition to 
preparing a complete Spanish din- 
ner. 









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German Club: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Terry Murphy — secretary, Rhonda Davis, Teddy 
Pettet, Judy Rogers, Bob Solberg. (SECOND ROW) Rachel Irick, Barb Rogers, Laura Ferguson, 
Kim Stout, Tamara McEdwards, Sue Schnarr. (BACK ROW) Jeff McDermott, Julie Pool, Inge 
Kirchner, Paula Lothamer, Marie Faliger — president, Pete Murphy, John Schulz — sponsor. 




French Club: (FRONT ROW, left to right) John Katsaropoulos, Kathy 
Atkinson, Amy Quate — secretary-treasurer, Janet Byers, Becky Clark, 
Kathy Michael, Kathy Grinslade, Greg Hagen. (BACK ROW) M. V. 



Hudson, Randy Davis, Andrenese McDaniels — president, Liz Ralston, 
Cecelie Field, Steve D. Hyde— vice-president, Beth Robinson, Engra 
Reid, Debbie Berry, Lisa Williams. 



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Careers open to future teachers, nurses, 

architects 



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Guest speakers, trips to college campuses, and explorations into the profession of teaching 
characterize Future Teachers of America meetings. 



Enjoying the pleasure of help- 
ing others, Health Careers Club 
members satisfied their curiosities 
about the field of medicine. 

Formerly called Future Nurses' 
Club, the name was changed to 
broaden the club's purpose and to 
open its doors to all those inter- 
ested in health careers. 

In preparation for tomorrow, the 
Future Teachers of America ex- 
plored the fundamentals required 
for a career in teaching. Sponsored 
by Mrs. Margaret Janert, the club 
featured guest speaker Dr. Alexan- 
der Moore during American Educa- 
tion Week. 

Putting creative skills to work, 
Future Architects and Draftsmen 
attempted the untried. Designers 
kept their eyes out for the unusual 
as they toured Jenn-Air and the 
Home Show in search of architec- 
ture at its best. 




Future Teachers of America are (FRONT ROW, left to right) Laurie 
Peterson — president; Barb Stephenson, Pam Preston, Vicki Lemons, 
Roxie Shannon, Dee Riley, Debbie Ross, Susan Heady. (SECOND ROW) 
Mike Reap, Anita Atz — vice-president, Judy Tipton — treasurer, Joyce 
MacDonald, Barb Sye, Katie Hall, Katie Koers, Lee Ann Gruenert, Dena 



Townsend, Phyllis Linenberger, Marcia Combs, Kevin Hoog, Mrs. 
Margaret Janert— sponsor. (BACK ROW) Robbie Rice— historian, 
Marilynn Daniel, Martha Atz — secretary, Teresa Roberts, Becky Smith, 
Bambi Bullard, Luann O'Neil, Debbie Berry, Janet Zoschke. Members 
prepare for a future career in the teaching profession. 



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A chimney of joy . . . "Mental Gift Lifters" of 
Health Careers Club pack school donations. 



Future Architects and Draftsmen: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Ivars Rage, Bill Detmer, Larry 
Wade— secretary, Steve Smith. (SECOND ROW) Mark Mitchell, Dave Hoggatt— president, 
Terry Adams — vice-president, Ken Allen, Lenard Beasley. (BACK ROW) Mr. Dewaine Metcalf — 
sponsor, Roger Robinson, Steve Tobertson, Gary Nance, Steve Werner, Dave Huffman. 



Health Careers Club: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Mrs. Diane Flora- 
sponsor, Barb Gabbert— president, Anne Beall — vice-president, Karen 
Unger, Audrey Irving, Janet Shea. (SECOND ROW) Karen Roller, 



Cathy Carter, Carolyn Lipp, Pam Kessel, Kathy Jackson, Patricia Lee. 
(BACK ROW) Harry Argenbright, Kathy Pirtle, Karen Johannessen, 
Madonna Griffey, Charlene Ferger, Sandy Shoemaker. 




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Knights seek hobbies in interest sects 




Art Club members are (FRONT ROW, left to right) Mrs. Margery 
Hindman, Monica Bernett, Cheryl Black, Vicki Altom — secretary- 
treasurer, Bruce Tovsky — historian, Janet Lutey — vice-president, Don 
Moore — president, Sheri Hanes, Deborah Harrington, Beth Bibler. 
(SECOND ROW) Paula Sauer, Susi Andres, Janet LaFara, Katie Ken- 



nedy, Becky Solter, Janet Bailey, Marilynn Daniel, Mary Ann Neely, 
Linda Rawlings, Melani Darrell, Michele Leonard, Becki Rainsberger, 
Su Cavey. (BACK ROW) Susie Hofmeister, Elizabeth Watford, Mike 
Hancock, Bill Barnhart, Kurt Schwoemeyer, Ron Phillips, John Eckel, 
Donna Spaulding, Lydia Collins, Lo Delia Henry. 




Each commanding his own army, seniors Tom Lammers (left) and Ron Richeson contemplate 
vital tactics. Chess Club members experienced competition among themselves. 



Art Club president Don Moore adds his final 
touches to scenery for "My Fair Lady." 




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as shutters snap, minds consider moves, 

hands paint 




Chess Club: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Nathan Jorgensen, Steve Smith, Mike Poulimas, Wes- 
ley Pond, Ron Richeson — president. (SECOND ROW) Bruce Ikawa, D. M. Metcalf — sponsor, 
Tom Lammers — secretary, Larry Dimick, Herman E. Young, Van Vandivier, John Palmer. 



As generals moving their troops 
of 16 men onto a battlefield, mem- 
bers of the Chess Club met to per- 
fect the skills needed to win a 
match. Headed by senior Ron 
Richeson and sponsor Mr. Dewaine 
Metcalf, students practiced their 
offensive and defensive tactics. 

An innovation to extra-curricular 
activities, the Camera Club was de- 
signed for those interested in 
photography. Under the direction 
of president Kevin Yager and spon- 
sor Mr. Robert Jeffery, club mem- 
bers competed with each other and 
learned to develop and print their 
own pictures. 

Art Club members interested in 
gaining new techniques and experi- 
ence met weekly under the super- 
vision of president Don Moore and 
sponsor Mrs. Margery Hindman. 
Workshops tried all mediums: 
water colors, oils, and sculptures. 




Members of the Camera Club are (FRONT ROW, left to right) 
Deborah Harrington, Charlotte Carrier, Terry Murphy, Monica Bernett 
—treasurer, Steve Click, Bill Verrill, Kevin Yager— president, Mr. 
Robert Jeffrey— sponsor. (BACK ROW) Su Cavey— secretary, Donna 



Carrier, Gary Porter, Dan Ratz, Dan Lawhorn, Tom Lannan, Bruce 
Tovskey, Roy Willman — vice president. Members learned darkroom 
procedures. 



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Delving minds probe fields of science, 

mathematics 




Math Club: (FRONT ROW, left to right) John Gregory— president, Liz Ralston, Debbie 
McMahon— secretary-treasurer, Kerry England. (BACK ROW) Dorthy LaFara— vice-president, 
Carol Aucti, Kirk Jackson, David Hoshow, Miss Martha Burton. 



Exploring the technical areas of 
life, members of Math Club, Sci- 
ence Club, and Electronics Club 
searched the depths of fields they 
were interested in. 

Studying the "whys" and "hows" 
of the Pendulum watch and the 
learning machine, Math Club stu- 
dents, advised by Miss Martha Bur- 
ton, exchanged biweekly speeches. 

While others were busy mathe- 
matically, Science Club, sponsored 
by Mr. Robert McClary and Mr. 
Delmar Merritt, traveled to Sala- 
mander Cave for a spelunking ad- 
venture in the fall. 

An "excavation" to Clowes Hall 
to explore the wiring and lighting 
system of the building was a main 
attraction for the Electronics Club. 
Sponsor Mr. William Fellows led 
the boys in their explorations. 




Electronics Club: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Donald Martin, Randy 
Drake, John Collins, Larry Russell, Stephen Walton. (BACK ROW) 



Mr. William Fellows — sponsor, Steve Bull — president, Larry Taylor — 
vice-president, William Cherry — secretary-treasurer. 



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Members of the Science Club are (FRONT ROW, left to right) Janet 
Clark, Kathy Egnes, Barb Dye, Becky Clark, Liz Ralston, Jill Holmes, 
Debbie McMahon. (SECOND ROW) Steve Robertson, Bill Pease, 
Steve Betras, Joe Thomas — sponsor, Roger Robinson, Glenn Sevislier, 



Mike Reap, Steve Kaiser. (BACK ROW) Mr. Robert McClary— sponsor, 
Doug Greeson, Mike Mummey, Chris Conlin, Darryl Daugherty, Robert 
Utterback, Leonard Beasley, John Ross, Ivars Rage, Mr. Delmar Merritt 
— sponsor. 





The past comes alive for Science Club members, Ivars Rage — president and Steve Kaiser — 
vice president, as they examine imprints of animals and wildlife in fossils. 



Collaborating to solve a problem are Debbie 
McMahon and Math Club sponsor Miss 
Burton. 

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Knight lettermen provide athletic services 





Possessors of varsity spots, senior "A" men 
(left to Right) Joe Paulin, Emil Molin, and 
Chris Reeder earn their respective letter 
sweaters in combat. 






With the helpful advice of sponsor Bill Kuntz, Letterman's Club officers Greg Wolf, Kurt Klein- 
helter, David Milam, and Bob Meara work out a balanced budget. 



Senior football lettermen stand in pride as 
Coach Bill Kuntz tells of the victories on 
the gridiron. 



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for school, 
community 



Identified by a block "A," Arling- 
ton lettermen sponsored athletic 
oriented activities within the school. 

Together with the Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes, The Letterman's 
Club sponsored the second annual 
Athletic Day. After a full day's ac- 
tivities which included dancing, 
volleyball, ping-pong, and basket- 
ball, Knight athletes enjoyed a free 
dinner of hot dogs and baked 
beans. 

During the Christmas season, 
club members collected various 
canned goods and contributed 
them to a needy family. 

The athletic honorary, under 
sponsor coach Bill Kuntz, was 
headed by Bob Meara, president; 
Kurt Kleinhelter, vice-president; 
Greg Wolf, secretary; and David 
Milam, treasurer. 



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"Go, Go, Go, . . ." scream Knight letter winners as they become the support for the team and 
the hoop in hopes of a basketball victory. Members of the Letterman's Club formed cheer- 
blocks at football and basketball games to boost the Arlington spirit. 



Members of the Letterman's Club are (FRONT ROW, left to right) 
Gary Orr, Bob Lappas, Stan Mikosz, Jim Hutcherson, Mark Nelson, 
Dave Milam, Randy Bultman, Gary Irwin. (SECOND ROW) Gary 
Ramage, Tom Bell, Tom Meara, Mike Seamon, Bob Meara, Emil 
Molin, Richard Meschke, Rob McCoy. (THIRD ROW) Mark McAlister, 
Mike Glancy, Jim Seamon, Bob Riley, Steve Bridges, Mark Hammond, 



Michael Stevens. (FOURTH ROW) Ken Gray, Greg Wolf, Joe Paulin, 
Doug Thompson, Randy Nickel, Steve Eltzroth, Kurt Kleinhelter. 
(FIFTH ROW) Tim Wallace, Jeff Scott, John Berry, Glenn Moses, Bob 
Mesalam, Mike Bigelow, Terry Zimpleman, Doug Harmas. (BACK 
ROW) Cliff Rigsbee, Veo McGee, Dane Philips, Kevin Gillette, Brad 
Davis, Chris Reeder, Chris Coy, Rusty Whann, Herb Henry. 



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A gasp for air 

As a trackman 

Leaps a hurdle, 

The shouted signals 

Of the football captain, 

The crack of a bat 

Against a ball 

Scoring a run, 

The enthusiastic cheer 

Of a Knight pepster, 

Shouting encouragement, 

The sound of cinders 

Rubbing against the soles 

Of a mile runner, 

The hush of a crowd 

As the center stands 

At the free throw line, 

The slap of hands 

On teammates' backs — 

These sounds 

Are intermingled 

In the Arlington athlete 

As he too, becomes 

A part of the KNIGHT BEAT. 










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)ordinators Coaches 

as t Knight Athletes and Supporters 

roducer Kevin Gillette 



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Individual performances bolster tracksters 








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Varsity runners Chris Coy, Cliff Rigsbee, and John Berry have a common goal in mind: striving 
for a high finish in the sectional as they begin passing rivals. 



Fighting for his breath, junior Gary Ram- 
mage shows the strain of a two-mile run. 



to victories 



in city area 



Coach Bill Bennett's varsity 
cross country team, paced by three 
returning lettermen, John Berry, 
Chris Coy, and Gary Ramage, 
managed several surprises as the 
season progressed. 

Varsity runners placed high in 
major invitationals in the city area. 
The harriers gained a third in the 
Northwest meet, fourths in the 
Broad Ripple and Scecina meets, a 
fifth in the Howe meet, sixths in 
the Pike and city meets, and a ninth 
place in the sectional. 

A satisfying victory over neighbor 
Marshall by a convincing 23 — 47 
score topped a rewarding season. 

Persistently striving for the magi- 
cal 10:00 mark for the two-mile run, 
varsity harriers Chris Coy, Dane 
Philips, and Gary Ramage consist- 
ently crossed the finish line ahead 
of their opponents. Dane and 
Gary will strive to take over the 
leadership of next year's squad. 




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Varsity Cross Country Team: (FRONT ROW) Chris Coy, Dane Philips, 
and Cliff Rigsbee (BACK ROW) Gary Ramage, John Berry, Coach Bill 
Bennett, Gary Orr, and Ken Grey. Freshman Cross Country Team: 



BOTTOM (FRONT ROW) David Wenzel, Mark Coutes, Randy Patrick, 
and Steve Seamon (BACK ROW) Coach Joe Draughon, Keith Hy- 
barger, Mike Hulse, Eugene Hunt, and Wesley Pond. 



VARSITY CROSS 


COUNTRY 




Opp. Arl. 


Lawrence, 




Greenfield 


2nd 


Pike Inv. 


6th 


Scecina Inv. 


4th 


Northwest, 




Washington 


3rd 


Attucks, Cathedral 


2nd 


Tech 


15 43 


Broad Ripple Inv. 


4th 


Howe Inv. 


5th 


North Central, 




Warren 


2nd 


Northwest Inv. 


3rd 


City 


6th 


Marshall 


47 23 


Sectional 


9th 




Varsity runners John Berry, Cliff Rigsbee, and coach Bill Bennett add up valuable team points 
at the end of the race. The five top finishes make the team score. 



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Seniors lead spirited squad to big upsets; 




Dubbed as "most valuable player," Bob 
(Run-'em-alot) Meara receives his trophy. 



VARSITY FOOTBALL 






Opp. 


Arl. 


Lawrence Central 


13 


23 


Scecina 


33 


20 


Northwest 


13 


21 


Warren Central 


14 


27 


Manual 


7 


20 


Howe 


12 





Carmel 





12 


North Central 


40 


14 


Attucks 


13 


21 


Broad Ripple 


12 


6 



RESERVE FOOTBALL 






Opp. 


Arl. 


Lawrence Central 


7 


14 


Scecina 


12 


14 


Northwest 





33 


Warren Central 


13 


7 


Manual 





21 


Howe 


13 


7 


Ritter 


6 


28 


North Central 


28 


21 


Attucks 


6 





Broad Ripple 





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6 — A season 



Predicted to win only one game, 
the varsity football team, led by 
first year head coach Bill Kuntz, 
surprised even the experts by post- 
ing a 6 — 4 record. 

In a year highlighted by a victory 
over state ranked Carmel by a 13 — 
score, the gridders boasted wins 
over Lawrence, Northwest, Warren, 
Manual, and Crispus Attucks. 

Individual records sparked 
Knight victories. Senior Bob Meara 
led all city runners in rushing by 
gaining 1500 yards. Bob was 
honored at season's end by being 
named to the first team all-city. 

A defensive squad that held op- 
ponents to 15.7 points per game 
was led by stalwarts Brad Davis, 
Veo McGee, Doug Harmas, Kurt 
Kleinhelter, and Glenn Moses. 

The high-powered offense was 
geared by Tom Meara, Bob Riley, 
Emil Molin, Mark McAlister, Mark 
Nelson, and Rob McCoy, who 
kicked 14 extra points plus the 
city's only field goal. 



Members of the varsity and reserve football teams are: (FRONT ROW) 
Val Bileckyj, Chuck Stuckey, Mark Stevens, Jeff Scott, Roger Bender, 
Tim Wallace, Steve Draughn, Rob McCoy, Gary Irwin, Don Jones, 
Bob Mesalam, Glenn Moses, Mark McAlister (SECOND ROW) Kurt 
Kleinhelter, Fred Hart, Joe Bennett, Jack Hollingsworth, Tom Burle- 
son, Ken Finn, Bob Riley, Tom Meara, Mark Hammond, Randy Bult- 
man, Emil Molin, Herb Henry, Lacy Johnson, Willy Portilla, Frank 
Wallace, Larry Patrick, Bob Meara (THIRD ROW) Howard Holifield, 
Bob Chamness, Pat Holmes, Doug Thompson, Bruce Kelly, Dennis 
Brown, Bob Whorl, Rusty Whann, Mike Seamon, Tom Bell, Randy 
Nickel, Lloyd Bridges, Jerry Eidson, Evan Vaughn, Kurt Deitz, Jeff 
Stearns, Don Kraege, Jim DeCamp, Wayne Fuson, Terry Adams, Dave 
Fredricks (FOURTH ROW) Charles Maas, Jim Ellis, John Imel, Steve 
Bridges, Rick Stoneking, Ken Anderson, Steve Nelson, Doug Harmas, 
Wayne Traetow, Geoff Routt, Mike Boucher, Dave Milam, Dick 
Meschke, Mark Nelson, Veo McGee, Steve Werner, Paul Morrison, 
Don Thrasher, Phil Volgelgesang, Willard Barnett, Brad Davis, Joe 
Dezelan, Cab Calloway, Jim Hannah, Bill Orme, Ron Chappel, Don 
Shambaugh, Bill Kuntz. 




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Senior Gridders: (FRONT ROW) Jeff Scott, Tim Wallace, Kurt Klein- 
helter, Rob McCoy, Gary Irwin, Glenn Moses, Herb Henry, (SECOND 
ROW) Rusty Whan, Mark McAlister, Doug Harmas, Veo McGee, Bob 
Meara, Randy Bultman, Richard Meschke, Mark Hammond, (BACK 



ROW) Mr. Elmer Callaway, Randy Nickel, Doug Thompson, Dave 
Milam, Mark Nelson, Mike Boucher, Emil Molin, Brad Davis, Mr. Bill 
Kuntz. 





Members of the Freshman Football team are: (FRONT ROW) Darell 
Henderson, David Kitcoff, Randy Chaille, Tom Potts, Pat Baker, Bill 
Hughes, Scott Langan, Darrel Webb, Doug Molin, Doug Hobbs, Bob 
Rahm, Dan Henthorn, David Mellor (SECOND ROW) Pat Stroude, 
Mike Hopson, Mat Foster, Rudolph Sherman, Tim Laed, Craig Rom- 
mirl, Larry Spilbeler, Joe Mitchel, Glenn McClug, Herb Cosby, Rich- 



ard McGill, Dave Oliver (THIRD ROW) Rodney Scott, Dave Berry, 
Don Woods, Jim Cunningham, John Tranberg, Richard Boothman, 
Greg Stearns, George Copp, J. R. Strode, Steve Bishop, Lawrence 
Savage, Jeff Whetzel, Randy Bole, Roger Ward, Erich Nichelson, Rick 
Grunert, Keith DeTrude, Gary Gorbett, Bob Hunt, Jack Fobes, Jerry 
Flack, Ken Gouch, Don Shambaugh — coach. 




Clean jerseys mark the start of a game as 
underclass gridsters watch the play. 







After bringing home a stunning upset of highly regarded Warren Central, coach Bill Kuntz 
leads his spirited charges in a last-minute version of the school song. 



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Freshmen, reserves garner 



'hit records' 




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FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 




Opp. Arl. 


Lawrence Central 


14 


Scecina 


7 14 


Northwest 


13 13 


Warren Central 


6 


Manual 


2 


Howe 


7 26 


Ritter 


6 


Attucks 


54 


Broad Ripple 


34 



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Preparing for future varsity teams, 
the reserve and freshman squads 
each garnered winning records. 
The reserve team boasted a 6 — 4 
slate, while the freshman gridders 
fought to a 7 — 1 — 1 season record. 

Under new head coach Don 
Shambaugh, the freshmen gained 
victories over Lawrence, Scecina, 
Warren, Manual, Howe, Attucks, 
and Broad Ripple. 

The reserve team brought home 
wins over Lawrence Central, 
Scecina, Northwest, Manual, Ritter, 
and Attucks. This year marked the 
second winning season in a row for 
head coaches Joe Dezelan and 
Jim Hannah. 




Junior signal-caller Bob Riley strides for 
the valuable first down yardage. 



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A reserve Knight gridder hauls in a T.D. 
bomb for another A.H.S. victory. 

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The meeting of the city champ Knights and the county champ Panthers 
of North Central is decided in the final match as heavyweight Bruce 



Kelly pulls off his biggest win of the season to assure the matmen a 
23 — 17 victory over the neighbor rivals. 




Members of the Varsity Wrestling team are (FRONT ROW, left to 
right) Gary Kestner, Bob Lappas, Scott McPhearson, Keith Rhodes, 
Bill Willetts, Alonzo Watford, Mr. Elmer Callaway. (BACK ROW) Mr. 



Jim Ellis, John McCullar, Kurt Kleinhelter, Emil Molin, Dick Meschke, 
Dave Milam, and Bruce Kelly. The varsity matmen regained the city 
championship for the first time since 1965. 



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Matmen regain city title; Willetts, Milam 




Hours of hard work and practice pays off for sectional champion Emil Molin (top) as he puts 
"the clamp" on his opponent for three near-fall points. State titlist Bill Willetts (bottom) 
struggles for an escape against Ron Howard of Logansport. 



best in state 



A senior-led wrestling team, un- 
der Head Coach Jim Ellis, fought to 
a successful 11 — 1 season plus a 
city title, North Central Invitational 
title, and a third place finish in the 
state. 

Seniors Bill Willetts and Dave 
Milam each fought to undefeated 
27 — seasons and state champion- 
ships. Bill garnered his second state 
title with a 7 — 4 decision over 
Ron Howard of Logansport. Dave 
copped the 175-pound crown with 
a 6 — 3 victory over Jerry Hocking of 
Crawfordsville in the final match. 

Hopes for an undefeated season 
were upset by Warren Central as 
the Warriors gained a 23 — 22 win 
over the matmen for their only set- 
back. 

The varsity grapplers ran off with 
the city and North Central Invita- 
tional titles as the Knights gained 
two firsts and five seconds in the 
city and six firsts and one second at 
North Central to gain their first 
Invitational crown. 




VARSITY WRESTLING 



Opp. Arl. 



Shortridge 


6 


40 


Carmel 


12 


40 


Scecina 


5 


41 


Manual 


3 


38 


Tech 


13 


38 


Northwest 


16 


28 


City 




First 


Noblesville 


11 


35 


North Central Inv. 




First 


Washington 


16 


27 


Broad Ripple 


5 


42 


Warren Central 


23 


22 


Howe 


3 


46 


North Central 


17 


23 


State 




Third 










Tensely awaiting the referee's whistle, 175-pounder Dave Milam takes the advantage over Jerry 
Hocking of Crawfordsville in the final match of the state. 



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Reserve matmen lose one meet, win city; 




Members of the Reserve Wrestling squad are (FRONT ROW, left to 
right) Criss Horton, Doug Molin, Steve Draughon, Joe Ferraro, Jerry 
Davis, Kyle Gillette. (SECOND ROW) Kim Jeter, Jeff Krienik, Grant 



Davis, Russ Palma, Mark Kresge, Wayne Traetow. (BACK ROW) Mr. 
Elmer Callaway, Jim Long, Dave Edmonds, Harold Qualkinbush, Steve 
Rider, Dave LeMaster, and Rick Cotton. 




RESERVE WRESTLING 
















FRESHMAN WRESTLING 




Opp. 


Arl. 




Opp 


Arl. 


Shortridge 


20 


34. 








Carmel 


26 


25 


Woodview 


46 


4 


Scecina 


18 


31 


Marshall 


30 


25 


Manual 


16 


32 


Northview 


36 


11 


Tech 


22 


28 


Tech 


13 


32 


Northwest 


10 


37 


Wood 


34 


18 


City 




First 


Creston 


45 


8 


Noblesville 


13 


37 


Northwest 


30 


22 


Washington 


10 


30 


Carmel 


27 


23 


Broad Ripple 


10 


50 


Cathedral 


33 


13 


Warren 


23 


26 


Manual 


23 


27 
Third 


Howe 


5 


47 


City 




North Central 


21 


21 









Giving sideline advice to the Knight wrestlers, Head Coach Jim Ellis helps each man maneuver 
oh the mat with the help of a little "body English." 



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Molin, Horton, Henthorn garner highest 

city trophies 




Positioning himself for the whistle, junior Criss Horton prepares for his North Central op- 
ponent's first move. Criss placed first in the 133-pound class in the city. 



Members of the Freshman Wrestling team are (FRONT ROW, left to right) Dave Henthorn, 
Stuart Wilson, Dave Mellar, Dave Wensel, Dave Kitcoff, Ron Grimes, Larry Spielbeller, Jack 
Fobes. (SECOND ROW) Doug Smith, Doug Hobbs, Bob Rahm, John Wood, Rick Gruenert, 
Rick Young, Mark Coutts, Scott Jones. (BACK ROW) Mike Hulse, Jeff Sparks, Mike Huterson, 
Rick Heckman, Peter Link, Dave Steppleworth, Don Woods, Kevin Gettes. 



The reserve wrestling team, led 
by head coach Elmer Callaway, won 
their fourth city title in five years 
and boasted a 10 — 1 — 1 season rec- 
ord. 

Shortridge fell to the squad by a 
34 — 20 count in the opening meet. 
In the next meet, Carmel accounted 
for the team's only loss by one 
point, 26 — 25. The reserve matmen 
also owned victories over city 
powers Scecina and Tech and coun- 
ty toughie Warren Central. In the 
final encounter of the season, the 
grapplers scrambled to a draw with 
North Central. 

The squad boasted two individual 
champions in the city meet: fresh- 
man Doug Molin, 127-pound; and 
Criss Horton, 133-pound. Four in- 
dividuals piaced second; Kyle Gil- 
lette, Jerry Davis, Dave LeMaster, 
and Jeff Krienik. 

After a disappointing 2 — 8 season 
under Head Coach John Manka, the 
freshman wrestlers fought to a com- 
mendable third place finish in the 
city with one individual champion, 
Dave Henthorn in the 133-pound 
weight division. 




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VARSITY BASKETBALL 






Opp. 


Art. 


Ben Davis 


68 


58 


Howe 


61 


39 


Tech 


77 


71 


Wood 


63 


64 


Scecina 


63 


79 


Lawrence 


72 


88 


Carmel 


71 


58 


Northwest 


63 


49 


Greenfield 


82 


74 


Beech Grove 


75 


77 


Marshall (city) 


91 


84 


Chatard (city) 


70 


68 


Broad Ripple 


67 


64 


Shortridge 


95 


58 



Finding themselves in a familiar position at the beginning of the half, varsity roundballers 
try to close the thirteen point gap by gaining possession of the ball. 




Glancy, Bob Maas, Chris Reeder, Mark Hammond, and Coach Rol- 
lin Cutter. 



Hoop eludes varsity netmen; squad slips 

to 4— 17 slate 




With hopes for a successful sea- 
son resting on the shoulders of five 
returning lettermen, the varsity 
roundballers, under first year Head 
Coach Don Lostutter, fell to the 
wayside and managed only four 
victories for the year. 

After losing the first three games 
of the season, things started looking 
up as the squad scrambled to three 
straight wins over Wood, Scecina, 
and Lawrence Central. This proved 
to be the only bright spot of the 
season as the hoop men could only 
edge Beech Grove before the city 
tournament as their final win. 

The offensive scoring attack was 
led by junior forward Mike Glancy 
with a near 20 pt. average. Senior 
forward Chris Reeder added a 16 
pt. scoring average to bolster the 
Knight attack. 




Amidst the tangle of legs, senior member Bob 
Meara grapples for the ball. 



Chris Reeder struggles for position as the op- 
ponent comes out "on top." 



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Freshman hoopsters 'basket' 18 victories; 




Freshman Basketball: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Eric Hall, David 
Sheilds, Steve Seamon, Kim Puckett, Jeff Herndon, Don Zentz. (SEC- 
OND ROW) David Loiver, Rodney Arnett, Jody Davis, Bob Carroll, 



Gerald Towns, Glenn McClung, Keith DeTrude. (BACK ROW) John 
Muchel, Coach John Allen, Eric Nichelson, Ed Hamilton, Randy Bole, 
Joe Cavanaugh, Lawrence Savage, Bob McWhorter, James White. 







' - • 


FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 




Opp. 


Arl. 


Belzer 


36 


49 


Creston 


41 


46 


Northwest 


31 


38 


Woodview 


47 


49 


Chatard 


28 


42 


Tech 


45 


56 


Wood 


32 


37 


Broad Ripple 


37 


42 


Broad Ripple (city) 


31 


58 


Howe (city) 


33 


42 


Cathedral (city) 


52 


45 


Ben Davis 


41 


52 


Manual 


45 


53 


Cathedral 


58 


37 


Howe 


53 


41 


Attucks 


41 


46 


Scecina 


17 


45 


Shortridge 


43 


52 


Latin School 


25 


75 


Washington 


37 


45 


Marshall 


53 


60 



Frosh team member Ted Cornett, drives around his man to score another two points. The fresh- 
men had a season record of 18 — 3, losing to top rated city teams. 



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reserves get 
to 8-11 mark 



Working for future varsity spots, 
members of the reserve and fresh- 
man basketball teams earned 8 — 11 
and 18 — 3 marks, respectively. 

Under the direction of Coach 
Rollin Cutter, the reserve hoop men 
won six of their first ten games. 
Wood, Scecina, Lawrence, North- 
west, Greenfield, and Beech Grove 
fell to the Knights during the first 
half of the season. The reserves 
could only scramble to win over 
Broad Ripple and Pike in the final 
nine games. 

The freshman ball club earned a 
victory slate by winning 18 of 21 
games. Coach John Allen's frosh 
went undefeated through the sea- 
son's first ten games. The squad 
then lost three of the next five en- 
counters. Cathedral accounted for 
two of the defeats, and rival Howe 
squeezed by for the team's only 
other loss. 




Working a fake, reserve roundballer Rodney Scott attempts to out-maneuver his Shortridge 
opponent for a quick basket. Rodney, a freshman, started at guard. 




Ben Davis 


40 


32 


Howe 


51 


43 


Tech 


62 


45 


Wood 


46 


49 


Scecina 


45 


46 


Lawrence Central 


42 


43 


Carmel 


52 


43 


Northwest 


50 


51 


Greenfield 


45 


47 


Beech Grove 


37 


39 


Broad Ripple (city) 


48 


40 


Broad Ripple 


46 


54 


Shortridge 


40 


27 


North Central 


53 


43 


Manual 


45 


40 


Pike 


47 


50 


Cathedral 


54 


35 


Warren Central 


44 


40 


Washington 


42 


38 




Reserve Basketball: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Don Thrasher, John Ferguson, Ed Hart, Edgar 
Lacy, Rodney Scott. (BACK ROW) Mr. Rollin Cutter, Jim Stonecipher, Phil Vogelsang, Jeff 
Sterns, Bob Maas, Skip Fisher, Gary Thompson. 



15 



■ 



4 all-city stars lead varsity diamondmen 




— — J — . tm 



'• " -""1 j t "--'- ^mP^ ' mtr --^ y 



Members of the Varsity Baseball Team are: (FRONT ROW, left to 
right) Mr. Don Shambaugh — coach, Dave Wilson, Glenn Moses, Steve 
Draughon, Jim Seamon, Ron Baker, Kevin Kestner, Keith Detrude, 



Mr. Don Lostutter— coach. (BACK ROW) Rick Lewis, Don Bane, Mike 
Seamon, Bob Meara, Mike Clancy, Terry Zimpleman, Tom Meara, 
Terry Moore, Wayne Traetow, Mr. Joe Draughon — coach. 




A North Central runner beats out a hit as 
first baseman Terry Zimpleman makes a 
desperate stab at the wild throw. 



VARSITY BASEBALL 












Opp. 


Arl. 








Kennedy 


4 











Manual 


2 


5 








Northwest 


4 


3 








Washington 

Greenfield 

Lawrence 


3 
3 
9 


2 
4 
1 


RESERVE BASEBALL 
Opp. 


Arl. 


Tech 


11 


3 


Manual 


4 


2 


Attucks 


13 





Northwest 


3 


6 


Howe 
Chatard 


1 
6 


3 
9 


Washington 
Tech 


2 
4 


3 
5 


Cathedral 
Wood 


7 
7 


5 



Howe 
Chatard 



1 


3 
9 


Pike 

Warren Central 
Shortridge 
Broad Ripple 


3 
6 
6 

7 



1 
3 
1 


Cathedral 
Warren Central 
Pike 
Scecina 


2 

1 



9 

1 

2 

12 


Scecina 


1 











Sectionals 












Warren Central 


2 











Brebeuf 


2 


5 









H6 



to winning 
14 — 5 season 



Bolstered by four members of 
the all-city squad, the varsity base- 
ball team slugged their way to a 
14 — 5 winning slate. 

An offensive scoring attack that 
averaged five runs per game was 
led by city athlete of the year Scott 
Tegarden, all-city third baseman 
Bill Baugh, catcher Lance "Rocky" 
Rhodes, and outfielders Steve 
Baker and Bob Meara. All-city ace 
Mike Whitaker and two-year veter- 
an Frank Brown headed the Knight 
hurlers. 

Hopes for a third successive win- 
ning season under first year head 
coach Don Shambaugh rested on 
the shoulders of veteran Bob Meara, 
second-sacker Jim Seamon, catcher 
Mike Seamon, and pitcher Mike 
Glancy. In their first encounter, the 
team split a doubleheader with 
state runner-up South Bend Clay. 




Striking out one of the North Central opponents, Senior Glenn Moses throws the perfect pitch 
to catcher Mike Seamon in the North Central VS Arlington contest. 




Reserve Baseball Team: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Bob Helm, Bob 
Mesalam, Tom Zentz, Fred Hart, Doug Terry, Randy Wells, John Fergu- 



son. (BACK ROW) Mr. Joe Draughon— coach, Jim Stonecipher, Ed 
Hart, Gary Thompson, Paul Bailey, Phil Gemmer, Wayne Traetow. 



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Track team faces rebuilding year; Milam 

third in state 




Straining to reach the magical sixty-foot barrier, senior shot-putter Dave Milam exhibits the 
form that carried him to a third place finish in the state meet. 



A lack of varsity experience in 
the sprints and field events proved 
to be a major factor in the cinder- 
man's hopes for a successful season. 

Coach Bill Bennett's squad was 
bolstered by the performance of 
shot-putter Dave Milam, who fin- 
ished third in last year's state meet, 
as he worked to reach the sixty 
foot barrier. 

The track team again proved 
strong in the mile and two-mile runs 
and saw varsity runners Chris Coy, 
Gary Ramage, and Dane Phillips lead 
city distance men continually to the 
finish line. 

Sprinters Herb Henry and Rob 
McCoy were aided by the early sea- 
son find of underclassman Bill Bar- 
nett. The speedster was the only 
victorious Knight against North 
Central in the squad's first encoun- 
ter as he flashed to a hundred-yard 
win. 




Gasping for air on the last lap, Knight John 
Berry heads for the finish line. 



118 




Track Team: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Robert Rusher, Steve Gors- 
line, Mike Bishop, Ray Saillant, Jerry Campbell, David Kitcoff, Richard 
Massey, Keith Hybarger, Greg Sterns. (SECOND ROW) Danny Young, 
Ken Finn, Dave LeMaster, Dane Phillips, Rob McCoy, Don Jones, Bill 
Favors, Dal Biledjic, Gary Ramage, John Berry. (THIRD ROW) Mike 



Stevens — manager, Wayne Fuson, Herb Henry, Willard Barnett, James 
Riddle, Dave Oliver, Tom Beavers, Gary Orr, Denny Brown, Mike 
Kenrick, Bill Vickers— manager. (BACK ROW) Jeff Johnson, Dan Law- 
horn, Don Thrasher, Jerry Eidson, Geoff Roat, Rich Meschke, Dave 
Milam, Kenny Gray, Bill Willetts, Steve Werner. 




It all adds up for junior Kathy Hammer as she takes part in a track meet as one of the official 
scorekeepers for the Athletic Department. 



VARSITY TRACK 


mmm 




Opp 


Arl. 


Manual 


60 


58 


Cathedral 


64 


52 


Three-way 




third 


Washington 
Bloomington 






Three-way 




first 



Scecina 

Chatard 

Attucks 

Lawrence Central 

Carmel 

Broad Ripple Inv. 

Three-way 

Marshall 

Warren Central 

Arlington Inv. 



72 
74 
78 



46 
44 
40 
fourth 
second 



third 

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Experienced three-year vets Wolf, Paulin 



VARSITY TENNIS 

Opp. Ari. 




Scecina 


4 


3 


Tech 


3 


4 


Attucks 


1 


6 


Cathedral 


3 


4 


Marshall 





7 


Shortridge 


1 


6 


Kennedy 





7 


Howe 


1 


6 


Washington 


1 


6 


Manual 


2 


5 


Ripple 


1 


6 


North Central 


4 


3 


Lawrence 


5 


2 


Wood 





7 


Northwest 


1 


6 



VARSITY GOLF 
Opp. 



Manual 

Four Way 

Lawrence 

Marshall 

Warren 

Wood 

Northwest 



Arl. 
10 
third 



12 
6 



Sectional 




fifth 


Three Way 




second 


Broad Ripple 






Brebuf 






North Central 


71/2 


41/2 


City 




sixth 


Howe 


71/2 


41/2 


Ben Davis 


11 


1 


Kennedy 





10 


Carmel 


7 


5 


Chatard 


61/2 


51/2 


Cathedral 


2 


10 


Shortridge 


1/2 


111/2 


Three Way 




second 


Tech 






Kokomo 






Scecina 


9 


3 


Attucks 





12 


Tech 


11/2 


101/2 


Lawrence 


6 


6 


Warren 


71/2 


41/2 


Marshall 





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Adding a bit of body English, varsity ace Gre§ 
Wolf booms a serve to his opponent. 







PHYSICAL ED 



Putting for a par on the hole, senior Dick Lee strokes carefully. Junior Russ Palma tends to the 
flag as his partner plays. 




120 



pace tennis, 
golf squads 



The varsity golf and tennis teams, 
each led by experienced three-year 
veterans, entered the spring season 
with high expectations for winning 
records. 

The golf squad, under head coach 
John Manka, began practice in early 
March in preparation for a three- 
way meet with Scecina and Ritter, 
March 27. The linksters were bol- 
stered by three-year letter winner 
Joe Paulin. Considered strong con- 
tenders for a city title, the team was 
also aided by the experience of 
returners Paul Troy, Russ Palma, 
and Rick Lee. 

Previous city champion Greg Wolf 
headed an inexperienced tennis 
team into the spring season. Coach 
Lyman Combs's raquetmen based 
their success on the play of three- 
year ace Greg Wolf and that of 
underclass hopefuls. The squad's 
rebuilding season began with indoor 
practice in early March, then took 
to the courts two weeks later. 





Members of the Golf Squad are: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Dave Mellor, Steve O'Dell, 
Richard Lee, Steve Smith. (SECOND ROW) John Hall, Rick Sanders, Bill Harrisn, |ohn Pyle. 
(BACK ROW) Mike Farmer, Paul Troy, Joe Paulin, Russ Palma. 



Members of the Tennis Team are: (FRONT 
ROW, left to right) Ron Mayes, Dave de Rox, 
Fred Halter, Don Crowe, Dave Stoeppel- 
werth, Bill Detmer, Peter Lenk. (SECOND 
ROW) Phil Vogelgesang, Joe Cavanaugh, John 
Munchel, Mike Hancock, Don Kraege, Mike 
Krienik, Steve Miller, Lewis Cavanaugh. 
(BACK ROW) Dick Emery, Bruce Renne- 
kamp, Stan Mikosz, Greg Wolf, Paul Reffeis, 
Tom Quigley, Steve Smith, Mr. Lyman 
Combs — coach. 



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rtn 



Girl's world of sports includes volleyball, 




Members of the Girls' Athletic Association are: (FRONT ROW, left to 
right) Diane Sawin, Cheryl Cardwell, Laura Ferguson, Joni Strong, Don- 
na Williams, Sally Teagarden, Linda Herrington, Christy Clark, Susan 
Edwards, Ruthie Ray, Joyce Ann Rayner. (SECOND ROW) Betsy 
Mitchell, Nancy Scherer, Denise Marietta, Nancy Meek, Cindy Neil, 
Pat Stutsman, Sandy Rhodes, ]udy Hartley, Lynn Jacobs, Debbie 
Bennett, Debbie Fontaine. (THIRD ROW) Pam Jessup, Sharon Kelley, 



Anita Horton, JoAnn Arbuckle, Suzy Wilson, Susie Lawrence, Pam Jor- 
dan, Heidi Ann Embach, Nancy King, Elaine Naverth, Mary Ann Neely. 
(FOURTH ROW) Pam Shelton, Denise Payne, Connie Dorsey, Mary 
Zartman, Anne Knue, Marcy Mathews, Becky Eckland, Jodi Gehris, 
Shari Burnett, Holly Williams, Vicki Burnett. (BACK ROW) Patricia 
Lee, Jyl Price, Vicki Robourn, Carol Holdaway, Nancy Bailey. GAA gave 
girls the chance to compete athletically. 



"Barefootin' "... Participa- 
ting in intramural basketball, 
members of the Girls' Ath- 
letic Association perfect 
their skills in dribbling, pas- 
sing, and hitting the basket 
in the traditionally male 
sport. 




122 



gymnastics, 
'basket-ball 



Proving that it's not always a 
man's world, the Girls' Athletic As- 
sociation gave sports-minded girls 
an opportunity to compete among 
themselves. 

Under the direction of Mrs. Jane 
Pollock, G.A.A. offered such varied 
activities as intramural basketball 
and gymnastics in the winter and 
volleyball and tennis in the spring 
season. 

Members of the gymnastics team, 
chosen in the fall in an all-school 
tryout, practiced twice a week in 
preparation for the state meet 
March 22, at Ball State University. 
Nancy Scherer, Cindy Neil, Cathy 
Clark, Pat Stutsman, and JoAnn 
Arbuckle all qualified for state-wide 
competition. The girls also raised 
money for the Girls' Athletic As- 
sociation by performing in an intra- 
squad meet and charging 50 cents 
admission for attendance. 




• Executing a handstand, senior gymnast 
Cindy Neil practices for the state meet. 

•Girls Athletic Association members jump 
for a "tip" in intramural basketball play. 





Members of the Gymnastics Team are: (FRONT ROW, left to right) 
Beth Loveless, Joni Strong, Lynn Jacobs, Pam Denney, Becky Deputy, 
Amy Quate, Cheryl Cardwell, Janet Wilson. (SECOND ROW) Debbie 



Wiersma, Heidi Embach, Paula Monday, Tish LeMaster, Cathy Clark, 
Mrs. Jane Pollock, Mary Linzer, Lolita Kidwell, Bev Butterfield, JoAnn 
Arbuckle, and Nancy Scherer. 



123 



Ned Primer's Stars reign in intramurals; 

bowlers gain 
90 members 







Counting points are Bowling League officers Lynn Richeson, president; Miles Matthews, treas- 
urer; Judy Mikosz, secretary of League 2; and Janet Byers, secretary of League 1. 



Giving Knights a chance to par- 
ticipate in organized competition, 
intramural basketball and bowling 
provided an after-school outlet for 
athletic-minded teens. 

Intramural teams took over the 
gym twice each week as the frosh- 
sophomore teams played on Mon- 
day, and the junior-senior squads 
battled on Wednesday. Ned Primer's 
All-Stars emerged as champs by 
avenging an early season loss to the 
Zeros and defeating them by a 
68 — 46 count in the final game. 

The Bowling League, sponsored 
by Mrs. Susan Gooch, boasted 90 
members. Because of a high num- 
ber of enthusiasts, Knights "split" 
into two leagues, as they travelled 
to Hindel Lanes each Tuesday. Jan 
Byers and Judy Mikosz gained high 
averages for the girls, and Doug 
Terry and Tom Byers topped the 
boys. League president Lynn Riche- 
son organized the activities. 




Meeting weekly at Hindel Bowling Alley, members of the Bowling 
League are: (FRONT ROW, left to right) John Kous, Morty Bernett, 
Sandy Barnes, Vicki Leonard, Henri Reddie, Carl White, Mike Thomp- 
son, Sandi Dotts, Monica Bernett, Vicki Christensen, Shirley Patton. 
(ROW TWO) Craig White, Doug Terry, David Dransfield, Margi Marty- 



nik, Angie Brunner, Bobbie Phelps, Steve Colson, Nunly Wells, Don 
Rice, Jackie Brooks, Marie Childs. (BACK ROW) Craig Larsh, Bill 
Israel, Dennis Williams, Jay Oswalt, Jim Wortman, Bud Christensen, 
Bob Cassell, Bill Hixon, Dave Griffey, Steve Hillan, Dave McGuire, 
Dennis Rhyne. 



124 





•The victorious "Ned Primer All-Stars" are: (FRONT ROW) Mark McAlister, Glen Moses. 
(SECOND ROW) Greg Wolf, Bob Lauth, Larry Gurchiek. (BACK ROW) Doug Harmas, Doug 
Thompson. 

• Although on the losing team' senior Mike Strong continues to score on the final night of in- 
tramurals despite attempts by Doug Harmas and Doug Thompson to block him. 




Bowling League members are: (FRONT ROW, left to right) Becky Mil- 
ler, Patty Rupe, Jeannine Kreider, Betsy Mitchell, Genia Isenhauer, 
Susan Sumter, Jeannie Vitalins, Pam Dover, Debbie Hotka, Treendia 
Haralson, Lynn Richeson. (SECOND ROW) Judy Mikosz, Chuck Elliott, 
Kim Hurst, Karen Konchinsky, Linda Neidlinger, Mark Larsh, Miles 



Matthews, Bill Favors, David Heacoy, Randy Beattey, Steve O'Dell, 
Jim Gaier. (BACK ROW) Charles A. Lowery, Randy Davis, Steve 
Grimes, Doug Wasnidge, Bill Abbott, Bozzo Milam, Tom Byers, Mike 
Bigelow, Carey Lykins, Bruce Howe, Craig Romeril, Greg Hagen, Mike 
Conners, Joe Dixon, Steve Smith. 



125 



Seniors battle teachers in 'sock-it-to-'em 




• Swing it, baby . . . Senior "Golden-Hairs" (above) show the faculty and students that girls are 
not the only shapely figures capable of drawing a big round of applause. 

• Hidden faculty talent is discovered as Mercedes Portilla, Josie Hudson, Diane Flora, Feme 
Gurvitz, Maxine Partee, and Maggie Blessing do their version of a cheer. 



hoop contest 



Ten-point baskets, technical fouls 
on cheerleaders, "Golden-Hairs," 
and the beat of bongo drums 
marked the head-on clash of the 
"Fearless Faculty" and the senior 
boys. 

Challenged by the Class of 1969, 
the 3R'ed faculty met the opposi- 
tion in a 24 minute "battle of the 
generations" on the basketball 
court. 

Coached by Athletic Director 
Charles Maas, the teachers boasted 
such "stars" as "Hot Rod" Allen, 
"Slammin' Sammy" Shambaugh, 
"Buzz-Saw" Blaze, "Hurricane" 
Hutson, "Long Shot" Lostutter, 
"Mudcat" Murphy, and "I.B.M." 
Turner. 

Although the senior boys went 
down to defeat, 46 — 35, they re- 
tained their status by presenting 
half-time entertainment, featuring 
the "Golden-Hairs." "Twirlers" Jim 
Lane and Craig Winn earned the 
spotlight during the performance. 




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A jump-ball proves a strain on faculty's 
"Hard-Hearted" Hannah and "Hot Rod" 
Allen. 



•The leader of a strong faculty bench, "I.B.M." Turner acknowledges the acclaim from his 
loyal fans as he joins his fellow teammates at the center court. 

•Strategy plays an important role in winning basketball as Captains Bill Willetts, of the seniors, 
and Ron Chappel, of the faculty, discuss the "strict" game rules. 




Coaches add knowledge and experience 




Coach Roland Cutter finds that communication with team members 
and referees is an important asset to winning a game. The boys must 



also be al,ert to sudden decisions made by the coach, while they try to 
master basic teamwork. 



Lining up a close shot, head golf coach 
John Manka gives a putter a few pointers 
on how to improve his swing. 








Fire up big team! . . . Coach Bill Kuntz urges his boys to display their best performance on the 
football field. His enthusiasm inspired the team to six victories. 



128 



for winning 
combination 



Arlington coaches, the driving 
force behind the Knight athlete, 
found the victory formula as sport 
success marked 1968-69. 

Three new head coaches took 
varsity reigns this year. Bill Kuntz 
sparked the gridders to a winning 
6 — 4 season record after a year's 
coaching layoff as dean of boys. 
Don Lostutter took over the head 
basketball post vacated by Tom 
Dobbs who went to Ball State. Don 
Shambaugh left neighbor Howe 
to head up this year's baseball 
team. Coach Shambaugh also led 
the freshman gridders to a 7 — 1 — 1 
season slate. 

Veteran coaches Bill Bennett, 
Lyman Combs, Jim Ellis, and John 
Manka continued building top 
teams. Coaches Bennett and Ellis 
each had successful winning sea- 
sons. Golfers, headed by John 
Manka, and coach Combs' tennis 
squad began their seasons with high 
hopes for city titles. 




Giving full attention and moral support to wrestlers, Coach Jim Ellis intently watches the out- 
come of a close match during City Tourney competition. 



9$ *|%«^f 





In tense moments of the Carmel game, Coach Don Lostutter ponders over the best defensive 
techniques to use. Mr. Lostutter was promoted as head coach for basketball this year. 



Freshman coach John Allen checks the 
bench for the right substitute. 



129 



Cheerleaders' support gives squadsthat 

spirit boost 




Cold but happy, varsity cheerleader Meg 
Woods does what she does best, leading 
the cheers for her favorite football team. 



Knowing how the team feels too, yell 
leader Sherry Newhouse shows her concern 
over the tense game. 





"Groovy, groovy, groovy . . . but 
they can't beat us." Cries of antici- 
pation and bursts of anxiety for 
striving athletes summed up the 
emotions of a spirited group of 
cheerleaders. Tokens of enthusiasm, 
candy treats and locker room 
decorations, provided a spark to 
inspire the boys immediately before 
each game. 

In sequence with the explosive 
school spirit, pep sessions provided 
an outlet for student energy and en- 
thusiasm. Displaying their school 
pride were 406 cheerblock members 
who wore "AHS" sweaters and de- 
signed a variety of catch phrases 
within their newly added card 
section to boost the striving team 
on to victory. 




Members of the reserve squad are (Top to 
Bottom) Nancy Meek, Judy Hartley, Denise 
Marietta, Marcy Seybold, and Nancy King. 



"Go, Go, Go, Go, . . ." screams reserve 
cheerleader Nancy Meek as she awaits the 
team's appearance on the gridiron. 



130 




The leaders of a spirit-minded student body, the varsity cheerleaders 
are (FRONT ROW) Meg Woods, Pat Stutsman, (BACK ROW) Cindy 



Neil, Sherry Newhouse, captain Candy Belden, Laura Woods, and 
Karen Jeffries. The girls were chosen by fellow students. 




The freshman cheerleaders are Pam Jordan, Sharon Kelly, Pam Jessup, 
Sandy Rhodes, and JoAnne Arbuckle. The "Greenie" yell squad was 



selected by members of the boistrous class of 1972 in a hard fought 
election at the start of the school year. 



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1H 



High stepping halftimers highlight games 








Happiness is a halftime performance for 
senior Goldenaire Debbie Campbell. 



Little Goldenaire mascot Lisa Skinner tries to find out what surprises Santa Claus, played by 
Mr. William Fellows, has in store for her on Christmas morning. 




with routines 



Marching to the rhythm of high- 
stepping tunes, the 64-member 
Goldenaire unit again added 
sparkling performances at basket- 
ball and football halftimes. 

Under the skilled direction of 
Mrs. Burdeen Schmidt, the spirit- 
minded girls practiced twice each 
week to give as near-perfect a show 
as possible. The Goldenaires braved 
a biting wind and freezing tem- 
peratures when they participated 
with the marching band in the an- 
nual Veteran's Day Parade down- 
town. In the fall, the squad again 
performed with the band at Purdue 
University's High School Band 
Day. In keeping with the yuletide 
spirit, the girls worked extra hard 
for their Christmas show, complete 
with Santa himself, played by Mr. 
William Fellows, tossing gifts of 
candy to the Knight crowd. 




Performing at their last football halftime, senior Goldenaires, like 
Chris King, were featured at the Broad Ripple game. 





After spending Tuesday and Thursday nights perfecting difficult routines, the half-time per- 
formers put on a near-perfect show for the Knight-time audience. 



Goldenaire members are mascot Lisa Skinner, (Row One) Ann Waller — co captain, Barb 
Hartley — captain, Lori Grana — captain, Becky Pearce — co captain (Row Two) Patty Donegan, 
Becky Deputy, Debbie Fitt, Elizabeth Jacovac, Cindy Clark, Beth Loveless, Bonnie Beaumont, 
Pam Denney, Janey Baskett, Debbie Bennet, Patty Kendall, Kathy LeFeber (Row Three) Mary 
Linzer, Diana Bailey, Merle Safford, Carol Hughes, Debbie Campbell, Linda Cable, Karen Ken- 
nedy, Barbara Saillant, Heidi Embach, Cindy Loomis, Debbie Wilson, Faye Grigsby, Robyn 
Chamness, Merry Spoostra, Cheryl Cardwell (Row Four) Donna Roberts, Memory Lawhorn, 
Elizabeth Kidwell, Ann Beall, Chris Carter, Nancy Atkinson, Debbie Justus, Joni Strong, Terry 
Drinkett, Susan Edwards, Sue Young, Peggy Klein, Debbie Felkins, Ingie Kirshner, Diane Tolli- 
ver, Karen Jessup, Patty Villars, Tisha LeMaster. 

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He walks 

Enclosed in a circle 

Of 2,800 faces. 

Yet he stands out — 

He is an individual. 

He has his own way 

Of slamming his locker, 

Calling "hi" to a friend, 

Tossing his silverware 

Into the dishwater. 

His manner of dropping 

The "exact fare" 

In the bus collection box 

Is unlike all others. 

Yet he is one — 

A small fraction 

Of the massive whole. 

He listens — 

Shuffling feet 

Rushing toward exits 

During a fire drill. 

He is a Knight — 

1/2800 of the school. 

He is the KNIGHT BEAT. 






ALB1M CREDITS 
Directors . . 
Coordinators 

Cast 

Producers . 




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Teen beat keeps teachers at hectic tempo 





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Beginning her day the same as the other teachers, Mrs. Margery Hindman makes her 
first stop at the main office where she initials the morning check-in list. 




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coordinating activities, preparing lessons 




Although the average Knight complains daily of the load of homework that he is given, Mrs. 
Clara Weaver proves that it is just as much a problem to her! 



• From history teacher to frosh counselor, 
Mr. Forest Witsman helps with schedules. 

• School nurse Mrs. Rowena Graub admin- 
isters a tuberculin test to a student. 





Pages rustled 

As teachers 

Graded papers 

Assisting teens 

In their quest 

For knowledge. 

Acting as sponsors, 

Teachers added enthusiasm 

To club activities. 

Blaring combos, 

And the teen "beat" 

Entered 

The teacher's life 

As they attended dances 

As chaperones. 

An Arlington first, 

The "Co-ed" lounge 

Sounded 

With laughter, 

Discussions on politics, 

Bubbling soft drinks, 

And the silence 

Found 

Outside the classroom. 

Listening ears 

And helpful hands 

Characterized teachers — 

Part-time counselors. 

The faculty 

Added a steady tempo 

One of sureness, evenness, 

Providing 

A supporting melody 

To the KNIGHT BEAT. 



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Administrators create harmony in school, 





Sandwiching his lunch in between the shuffle of daily school work, Principal Ralph Clevenger 
takes time to sift through his weekly correspondence. 



Vice-principal Robert Gwyn shares his 
photography hobby with the Camera Club. 



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Vice-principal Robert Turner checks up on 
program cards as he coordinates schedules. 



Anticipating graduation, seniors Mike Boucher, Kent Anderson, and Debbie Sanders turn to 
Guidance Director Daniel Welch for advice in planning their future. 



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set pattern 
for students 



Keeping 2,800 students on the 
right track was a royal feat for the 
Arlington administration. This "king- 
sized" job included guiding and 
counseling students, discussing 
problems with parents, and keep- 
ing schedules in order. 

Absorbing the impact of the 1969 
Knight beat, Principal Ralph 
Clevenger mastered the art of 
solving problems that faced indivi- 
duals and the school. 

In matching the rapid tempo of 
the year, Vice-principal Robert 
Turner drummed out 2,800 
schedules each semester while 
Vice-principal Robert Gwyn coordi- 
nated school clubs and scheduled 
buses. 

Deans Belgen Wells and Harry 
Caskey helped preserve cadence in 
student life by counseling students. 

Mr. Daniel Welch aided college- 
bound seniors by keeping them 
informed on college requirements 
and test dates. 




Dean of Boys Mr. Harry Caskey tries to solve the problems of male Knights, as he counsels 
Lawrence Palmer on the reason for his call slip. 




After a European tour for 
better world understanding, 
Mrs. Belgen Wells and JoAnne 
Bryan discuss their summer 
with nation-wide Student 
Council representatives. 



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Faculty 




RALPH CLEVENGER— M.S., Indiana, Purdue, 
Butler Universities, Principal. ROBERT 
TURNER— M.A. , Ball State, Indiana Univer- 
sities, Vice-Principal. ROBERT GWYN— M.A. 
Butler University, Vice-Principal. MRS. 
BELGEN WELLS— M.S., Indiana State, Indi- 
ana Universities, Dean of Girls. HARRY 
CASKEY— M.A., Butler University, Dean of 
Boys. 



DANIEL WELCH— M. A., Indiana University, 
Guidance Counselor. JAMES ABRAHAM— 
M.S., Purdue and Indiana State Universities, 
science. RICHARD ALL— B.S., Indiana State, 
industrial arts. JOHN ALLEN— M.S., Butler 
University, social studies. MRS. MARGARET 
ARMENOFF— M.S., Indiana State and But- 
ler Universities, business education. 



MRS. AUDRA BAILEY— M.S., Indiana Uni- 
versity and Butler University, math. RALPH 
BAILEY— M.A. , Butler University, social 
studies. MRS. ELIZABETH BEAL— M.A., But- 
ler University, social studies. MISS MARY 
BENEDICT— M.S., Butler University, English 
and journalism. WILLIAM BENNETT— M.A., 
Indiana University, math. 



WILLIAM BESS— M.S., Butler and Indiana 
Universities, science. MRS. SHIRLEY 
BICKERTON— B.A., Butler University, Eng- 
lish. MISS SUZANNE BLACK— M.A., Colum- 
bia University, business education. THOMAS 
BLACKBURN— R.O.T.C. DAVID BLASE— 
B.A., Indiana University, biology. 



After a hectic day in the classroom, Mrs. 
Margaret janert finds the weatherman has 
provided her with still another job. 




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Faculty 



MISS MARGARET BLESSING— M.S., Indi- 
ana University, business education. THOMAS 
BRETHAUER— M.A., Indiana and Butler 
Universities, Elementary Guidance Coun- 
selor. MRS. ELIZABETH BROWN— office. 
MISS MARTHA BURTON— M.M., North- 
western University, math. MRS. DELINDA 
CALDWELL— M. A., Butler University, busi- 
ness education. 



ELMER CALLAWAY— M. A., DePauw and 
University of Illinois, biology. LOUIS 
CHANEY— M.A., Indiana and Butler Uni- 
versities, science. THOMAS CHAPMAN— 
B.S., Indiana State University, science. 
RONALD CHAPPELL— M.S., Butler Univer- 
sity, physical education. MRS. HARRIET 
CLARK— M. A., Butler University, English. 



DONALD CLODFELTER— M.A., Butler and 
University of Mississippi. LYMAN COMBS— 
M.A., Butler and Indiana Universities, 
physical education. ROLLIN CUTTER— M.S., 
Butler and Indiana Universities, physical 
education. WILL DAVIES— M.S., Indiana 
State University, science. JOSEPH DEZELAN 
— B.S., Butler University, physical education. 





MRS. GLADYS DONALSON— M.S., Butler 
University, English. JOE DRAUGHAN— M.S., 
Franklin College and Butler University, 
physical education. MRS. JUNE EDISON— 
school accompanist. JAMES ELLIS — M.S., 
Indiana University, physical education. 
OWEN FAIR— A.M.T., Oakland College, 
Indiana University, math. 



GEORGE FELDMAN— M.A., Hanover Col- 
lege, Indiana University, foreign language. 
WILLIAM FELLOWS— B.S., Purdue Univer- 
sity, industrial arts. WILLIAM FISHBACK— 
M.A., Indiana University, foreign language. 
BILL FISHER— M.S., Indiana State Univer- 
sity, math. MRS. ALICE FITZGERALD— office. 



MRS. MARTHA FLANNERY— office. DIANE 
FLORA— B.S., Indiana University, nurse. 
MRS. GEORGIA FLOREN— B.A., Indiana 
State University, English. BENJAMIN FORT— 
M.S., Butler University, social studies. 
EDDIE FOSTER— Hanover College, Butler 
University, science. 

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Faculty 




Advanced biology instructor Mr. Thomas Walls gives seniors Cliff Dahlen and Mike Strong 
some helpful hints as they near completion on the dissection of their cat. 



Spanish teacher Miss Feme Gurvitz finds out "what's happening" as she empties her box of 
messages. The boxes in the main office serve as a means of communication. 







MRS. JANE GILLETTE— finance office. MRS. 
SUSAN GOOCH— A.B., Ohio University, 
English. MRS. GLADYSMAE GOOD— M.S., 
Butler University, science. MRS. EMMA 
GOODE— M.S., Butler University, home 
economics. MRS. ROWENA GRAUB— M.S., 
Butler University, nurse. 



VICTOR GRAVES— M.A., Indiana State 
University, industrial arts. EVERETT GREEN 
— M.A., Ball State University, science. MISS 
FERNE GURVITZ— B.A., University of Wis- 
consin, foreign language. JAMES HANNAH 
— B.S., University of Louisville, science. 
MRS. ESSILEE HAMILTON— adult librarian 
assistant. 



WALLACE HARTMAN— M.S., Indiana State, 
Ball State Universities, industrial arts. MRS. 
JEAN HEATON— M.S., Butler University, 
home economics. BERNARD HEEKE— M.A., 
Indiana State University, industrial arts. 
MISS ALICE HESSLER— M.A., Butler 
University, English. MRS. MARGERY HIND- 
MAN— M.S., Indiana, Butler Universities, 
art. 



Faculty 



MRS. FURNISS HOLLOWAY— M.A., Indi- 
ana University, English. RALPH HORINE— 
M.A., Ball State University, music. ROBERT 
A. HOWARD— B.S., Purdue University, 
science. MISS MIRIAM HOWE— office. 
ELBERT HOWELL— M. A., Butler University, 
social studies. 



MISS JOSIE HUDSON— B.A., Ball State 
University, business education. MRS. 
CLARENA HUFFINGTON— M.S., Butler 
University, English. MRS. BETTY HUNGER- 
FORD— M. A., Butler University, home 
economics. PAUL HUTSON— M.S., Butler 
University, orientation, guidance. MISS 
RITA JACKSON— B.S., Purdue University, 
math. 



MRS. MARGARET JANERT— M.A., Butler 
University, social studies. MISS ANNE 
JEFFERY— M.A., Indiana University, foreign 
language. ROBERT JEFFERY— M.S., Butler 
University, art. MRS. MAJORIE JETER— 
guidance office. MRS. MARILYN JOHAN- 



NESSEN— B.S., 
economics. 



Purdue University, home 





JAMES L. JOHNSON— M. A., Indiana 
University, English. JOHN KATSAROPOU- 
LOS — M.A., Indiana Central College, 
foreign language. MRS. BARBARA KELLE— 
office. ADOLF KERBER— M.S., Butler 
University, English. GERALD KNIPFEL— M.A., 
Butler University, music. 



CARL KRAUCUNAS— M.S., Butler Uni- 
versity, industrial arts. WILLIAM KUNTZ— 
M.S., Marion College, Butler University, 
math. THOMAS LAND— head custodian. 
DON LOSTUTTER— A.B., M.A., Hanover 
College, University of Illinois, math. 
CHARLES MAAS— M.A., Butler University, 
athletic director. 



JOHN MANKA— M.S., Butler University, 
Indiana University, physical education. 
DONALD MANNAN— M.A., Butler Uni- 
versity, social studies. MRS. LYDIA MAUREY 
— M.A., Butler University, social studies. 
MRS. SALLY MAZE— M.A., Butler University, 
business education. ROBERT McCLARY— 
M.S., Indiana University, science. 

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Faculty 




DELMAR MERRITT— B.A., Indiana Central, 
biology. MISS JANE MESSICK— M.A., John 
Herron Institute, art. MRS. HAZEL MESSIN- 
GER— officft. DEWAINE METCALF— B.S., 
Northwest Missouri State College, industrial 
arts. MRS. ZONDA MONTGOMERY— B.S., 
University of Minnesota, music. 



JOHN MORRIS— M. A., University of Penn- 
sylvania, social studies. MRS. RACHEL MUIR 
— A.B., Grove City College, math. MRS. 
JOYCE MULLANE— B.A., University of 
Michigan, social studies. DICK MURPHY— 
B.S., Indiana Central, business education. 
AL NOWAK— M.S., Indiana University, 
science. 



RICHARD OGLESBY— M.S., Indiana State 
University, science. WILLIAM ORME— M.S., 
Butler University, physical education. 
BOYD OWEN— M.A., Indiana University, 
Indiana State, math. MISS LOUISE PADOU 
— M.A., Butler University, Wisconsin 
University, English. MRS. HENRIETTA 
PARKER— M. A., Carnegie Institute of 
Technology, science. 



MRS. MAXINE PARTEE— B.S., Knoxville 
College, business education. MRS. BAR- 
BARA PATTERSON— B.S., Butler University, 
home economics. WILLIAM PENNINGTON 
— R.O.T.C. MRS. JANE POLLOCK— B.A., 
Indiana University, physical education. 
MRS. MERCEDES PORTILLA— M.A., Uni- 
versity of Havana, Indiana University, foreign 
language. 



MRS. ANN POULIMAS— office. MISS 
YVONNE RABABA— B.A., Butler University, 
English. MRS. BARBARA RAINWATER— 
A.B., Avila College, English. MRS. MAR- 
GARET ROGERS— M.A., Indiana University, 
foreign language. MRS. MARGARET ROWE 
— M.A., Indiana University, Northwestern 
University, business education. 



MRS. BURDEEN SCHMIDT— B.S., Indiana 
University, physical education. MRS. 
MARGARET SCHROEDLE— M.S., Hanover 
College, Indiana University, Butler University, 
librarian. JOHN SCHULZ— M.A., University 
of Innsbruck, foreign language. DON 
SHAMBAUGH— M.S., Indiana Central, 
Butler University, social studies. JOHN 
SIMPSON— B.S., John Herron Art Institute, 
Indiana University, art. 




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Faculty 



MRS. JOYCE SMITH— B.A., University of 
Kentucky, English. MISS PRISCILLA SMITH 
— M.S., Indiana State University, music. 
JOHN STAVER— B.S., Indiana University, 
science. PAUL TERRELL— M.S., Indiana 
State University, science. JAMES URBAIN— 
M.A., Butler University, English. 



JOHN VANCE— B.S., Ball State University, 
Business manager. MRS. BERYL VAUGHAN 
— M.A., Indiana University, social studies. 
HENRY VOLK— M.A., Indiana University, 
math. CHARLES WAGGONER— M.A., Earl- 
ham College, business. THOMAS WALLS— 
M.A., Indiana, Lehigh Universities, science. 



MRS. FRANCES WAY— M.A., Indiana 
University, home economics. MISS CLARA 
WEAVER— M.S., English. MISS SHIRLEY 
WERNER— M. A., Purdue University, art. 
DONALD WHITE— B.S., Hanover College, 
science. MISS MARTHA WHITE— M.S., 
Butler University, home economics. 



MERLE WIMMER— M.A., Butler University, 
science. FOREST WITSMAN— M.A., Purdue, 
Butler Universities, social studies. MRS. 
JEAN WOODWARD— M. A., University of 
Michigan, English. MRS. DAVEDA WYATT 
— M.A., University of Oklahoma, English. 
ROBERT ZETZL— M.A., Purdue University, 
science. 





Camera Shy Teachers— 



IRVIN CASH— M. A., Ball State University, 
English. MRS. GERALDINE DeHART— M.S., 
Butler University, librarian. MRS. MARY 
DEWITZ— M.A., Xavier University, English. 
MRS. EVALEEN JONES— M.A., University 
of Tennessee, math. MISS JANICE RUSNAK 
— M.A., Western Michigan, Indiana 
Universities, English. MRS. ELAINE SAN- 
TORE— B. A., Clarion State College, English. 



Senior counselor Everett Green lends a 
hand in cleaning up after the flood. 



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Cooks, custodians make 'all systems go/ 





Preparing a meal for hungry Knights, Mrs. 
Toni Harrel stirs a kettle of chili. 



Engineer Maurice Hoop performs his job, checking a maze of pipes and dials in order to insure 
safety and smooth running of equipment for Arlingtonites. 




Members of the cooking staff are (FIRST ROW left to right) Monica 
Shislet, Edith Sawyer, Bonnie Blines, Betty Black, Dottie Horn, Mary 
Conry, Toni Harrel, Mary Key, Marjorie Massingale — head cook. 
(SECOND ROW) Mabel Detwiler, Andrew Hungerford, Mary Forth, 
Crystal Duffy, Lelia Grundy, Evelyn Davison, Mary VanDe, Maxine 



Looper, Adeline Yaizer (THIRD ROW) Beatrice Ford, Rosemary Green- 
up, Bob Franklin, Oakla Whiteside, Pauline Craig, Mary Grant, Dolorus 
Lytle, Nadean Harrison. (FOURTH ROW) Vernina Crawford, Mary 
Gatewood, Irene Strome, Audrey Kehrer, Clara Zaring, Betty Pitten- 
ger, Mina Martin, Lillie Larson. 



146 



guards cover 
'night beat' 



Throughout the day, 34 cooks 
kept a steady flow of hot food com- 
ing for hundreds of students and 
teachers. Mrs. Marjorie Massingale 
commanded the cooks who arrived 
at 7:30 a.m. Monday through Friday 
to meet the hunger needs of 2,800 
Knights. Baking, broiling and 
boiling, the cooks served nutritious 
lunches featuring a variety of food. 

A squad of custodians and ma- 
trons spent hours keeping the 
school free from litter. Mr. Thomas 
Land headed the group who washed 
boards and swept floors. 

Two engineers ruled the cata- 
combs of the school making sure 
"all systems were go." Keeping with 
their own "night beat," the watch- 
men kept a round-the-clock vigil 
of school security — safety chains 
and locks. 




Custodians: {FIRST ROW left to right) Fred Malcom, Beatrice Underwood, Paul Jones (SECOND 
ROW) Ray Parr, Willie Johnson, Gypson Bland, Sparkey Hauser. 




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Senioritis struck 

More teens 

Than the Hong Kong flu. 

Class unity developed 

As enthusiasm grew 

For dress-up days 

And caravans. 

But underclass hours 

Dared to appear 

On senior schedules 

Creating a mass exodus to 

Ripple's "Knight" school. 

Harmony sounded 

From wastebaskets 

And spoons 

When senior boys made 

Their talent show debut. 

Actors jeopardized grades 

As seniors shed 

Pseudo-sophistication 

To recreate 

Tom Jones' England. 

Navy blue and gold 

Symbolized status, 

While calendars signified 

A countdown of days and a 

Sea of gold motarboards. 



From greenies to graduates: 





Seniors sock it to 'em . . . Senior cheerleader Bill Willettes wears his "pride" as senior powder- 
bowl coach Mr. Jim Ellis briefs him in some spirited cheers. 



Senior Surprize . . . Senior boys surprize their audience with a "musical" skit as well as "Tiny 
Tim Rusthoven" with a "shaving cream pie" in the face. 



a 4-year orbit of fellowship 




Hey Baby, that's status . . . Seniors zeroed in on a blue and gold form of distinguishing 
themselves from the underclassmen — a ribbon to be worn Fridays by seniors only. 








Representing their class in the talent show, 
senior girls paint their sign. 



Forming their first "official" cheerblock, the 
Class of '69 flies their banner. 



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Echoing his choice, senior Russ Kennedy 
accentuates the beat of mock elections. 



Senior maturity includes experiencing all as- 
pects of approaching adulthood. 



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Leading the Spirit of '69 are (FRONT ROW, left to right) Mary Linzer — alumni secretary, Lori 
Grana — secretary, Robyn Chamness — first vice-president. (BACK ROW) Marc Boucher — trea- 
surer, Craig Winn — president, Jim Lane — second vice-president. 







'Knight' life over, seniors 'beat/ new paths, 




set new aims 



The road to maturity 
Is growing shorter — 
Aspects of college, careers 
Loom in our future. 
High school is in the past 
But forever remains 
"The joys that were ours." 




Senior sponsor Everett Green points out test 
dates to Bill Hixon and Debbie Lake. 



Walking and remembering . . . Ann Waller 
reflects the four year road to graduation. 



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Seniors 



■ DEBRA LYNN ADKINS— Spirit Committee 4; JA 3,4; 
Knights Klub 1-3; Red Cross 3; Office Messenger 4; Intra- 
mural Volleyball 1-4. 

VERNITTA JEAN ALLEN— JA 4; Knights Klub 4; Office 

Messenger 4; Rossville High School, Rossville, Georgia 

1-3. 

DAVID ALLCOOD— JA4. 

JOE W. ALLIO — Freshman Football, Reserve 2; Freshman 

Wrestling; ROTC 3. 

■ E. ROBERTA ALLISON— JA 3,4; Knights Klub 1; Spanish 
Club1,2;Tri-Hi-Y2. 

RON AMOS— Concert Band 3,4; Marching Band 1-4; Or- 
chestra 3,4; Pep Band 2-4; Chess Club 1-4; FTA 4; Science 
Club 2; Spanish Club 4; "My Fair Lady"; Reserve Tennis 
1,2. 

ERIC S. ANDERSON— Student Council 1; Concert Choir 
3,4; Boy's Ensemble 1; Office Messenger 2; Intramural 
Basketball 3,4; Freshman Wrestling. 

J. KENT ANDERSON— Concert Choir 3,4; Boy's Ensemble 
2; Varsity Baseball 3,4; Reserve Football 4. 



■ JAMES LEE ARBUCKLE— Freshman Cross Country; Re- 
serve Wrestling 3. 

STAN E. ARMSTRONG— Brebeuf High School 1. 
LAURA ARNAO 

M. CHRISTINA ASHWELL— A.F.S. Foreign Exchange Stu- 
dent, Paraguay; Student Council 4; Talent Show 4. 



■ NANCY ATKINSON— National Thespians 2-4, Clerk 3; 
Student Council Alternate 2,3, Representative 4; Senior 
Colors Committee; FNA 3; FTA 2; GAA 2,3; JA 4; 
Knights Klub 1-4; Goldenaire 3,4; Office Messenger 1; 
P.E. Assistant 3,4; Intramural Volleyball 2,3; Exploratory 
Teaching 4. 

J. STANLEY BAKER— National Honor Society 3,4; Chess 
Club 1-3; Reserve Tennis 2. 

MICHAEL BAKER— Letterman's Club 2-4; Reserve Base- 
ball 2, Varsity 3,4; Football Manager 1-4. 
DON BANE 



* MARK E. BANKS— Senior Colors Committee; Concert 
Band 4; Marching Band 3,4. 

SHARON E. BATDORF— Student Council 3; FTA 2,3, Sec- 
retary 3; Knights Klubl. 
MICHAEL BATES 
KAREN A. BAUERLE 



■ DEBBIE JO BAYNE— JA 3,4; Tri Hi-Y 1. 

JAMES BEALL— Spirit Committee 4; Office Messenger 2; 

Intramural Basketball 1; Freshman Football. 

JANE L. BEARD— Knights Klub 3,4; Fairfield Junior High 

1; South Side High School, Fort Wayne 2. 

PHILLIP BECKWITH— German Club 3; JA 4; Freshman 

Wrestling. 




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■ JAN BEHRMANN— Treble Aires 3,4; Knights Klub 1; 
"King and I"; "My Fair Lady", Costumes. 

CANDY BELDON— Senior Colors Committee; GAA 1-3 

Reserve Cheerleader 2, Captain 2, Varsity 3,4, Captain 4 

Goldenaire 1; P.E. Assistant 3,4; intramural Volleyball 1-4 

Powderbowl 4. 

DE ANN BELL— GAA 1,2; Knights Klub 1,2; Intramural 

Volleyball 1,2. 

SANDRA JEAN BELLEW— Intramural Volleyball 1,2. 

■ ANDREW P. BENOIT— Varsity Golf 3,4. 

JOHN OLIVER BENTON— National Thespians 4; Chess 
Club 2,3; Spanish Club 2,3; Auditorium Technician 1-4; 
A.V. Assistant 1-4; A.V. Workshop 3; ROTC 3,4. 
JOHN R. BERRY— Letterman's Club 3,4; Intramural Basket- 
ball 1-4; Varsity Cross Country 3,4; Freshman Football; Var- 
sity Track 3,4. 

MICHAEL BIGELOW— Chess Club 2,3; Bowling League 
2-4; Freshman Baseball; Freshman Basketball; Varsity 
Tennis 2-4. 

■ SHERYL S. BIGELOW— National Honor Society 4; Office 
Education Association 4. 

CAROL S. BILLEN— Spirit Committee 4; Art Club 4; French 
Club 3; Shortridge High School 1,2. 

SUSAN BISCHOFF— National Forensics League 2-4, Sec- 
retary 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Quill and Scroll 
3,4; LANCER Staff 3,4, Editor 4; History Club 1-4, Trea- 
surer 2, Vice-president 4, President 3; Girl's State 3; 
Press Workshop, Syracuse University 3; A.V. Assistant 
1-4; Indiana Junior Historical Society 3,4, Secretary 3,4. 
ANN BISHOP— National Honor Society 3,4; Arlingtones 
4; Concert Choir 4; Treble Aires 3; Orchestra 1-4; 
"Oklahoma"; "Brigadoon", "King and I"; "My Fair 
Lady"; Talent Show 4. 

■ STEPHEN KERMIT BLACK— Student Council Alternate 
1,2; Spirit Committee 4; Arlingtones 4; Concert Choir 
3,4; Talent Show 4; Freshman Football, Reserve 2,3; 
Freshman Wrestling, Reserve 2. 

DONALD MICHAEL BLUE— Concert Choir 3,4; Concert 
Band 3,4, Captain 4; Reserve Band 1,2; Marching Band 
1-4, Manager 4; Pep Band 2-4; Orchestra 2-4; JA 3,4; 
"King and I"; "My Fair Lady"; Talent Show 3,4. 
MARC ALLEN BOUCHER— Quill and Scroll 4; Student 
Council 1-4, President 4; Indianapolis Federation of 
Student Councils 1-3, Treasurer 2, President 3; LANCER 
Staff 3,4, Business and Advertising Manager 4; Senior 
Class Treasurer; I.U. Press Workshop 3; Junior Prom 
King; Knight Candidate 4; Freshman Football, Reserve 
2,3, Varsity 4. 

MICHAEL LEE BOUCHER— Student Council Alternate 4; 
Spirit Committee 4; Senior Constitution Committee; 
Science Club 1,2; Varsity Football 4. 



■ MARK BOVARD 

DAVID ALLEN BRADLEY— Intramural Basketball 4; Fresh- 
man Football. 

MARILYN SUE BRAMBLE— Office Education Association 
4; National Honor Society 4; Student Council 1,2. 
CYNTHIA ANN BRANDT— Office Education Association 
4; Our Lady of Mercy High School 1; Olympic High 
School 2, Charlotte, N.C.; Decatur Central High School 
2. 

■ JANE BRANHAM— National Honor Society 3,4; Junior 
Prom Committee; History Club 3,4, Librarian 3; JA 3,4; 
Knights Klub 1,2; Latin Club 4; I.U. Honors Finalist 3; 
Intramural Volleyball 2. 

STEVE K. BRIDGES— Boy's Ensemble 3; Concert Choir 
4; JA 3,4; Letterman's Club 4; Freshman Football, Re- 
serve 2,3, Manager 4. 

STEPHANIE A. BRIGHT— Quill and Scroll 3,4, Treasurer 
4; Spirit Committee 4; LANCER Staff 3,4; JA 3,4; Ball 
State Journalism Institute 3; Junior Prom Committee; 
Harrison High School, Evansvillel. 

AUSMA BRIKMANIS— German Club 1-4; Clinic Assis- 
tant 3,4; Office Messenger 1,2; Junior Prom Committee. 




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Seniors 



■ DAVID R. BROOKS— National Honor Society 4; Intra- 
mural Basketball 1,2,4. 

AMY BROWN— Student Council 3,4, Alternate 1,2; JA 
4; Knights Klub 2; Junior Prom Queen Candidate. 
DEBORAH JOANN BROWN— Talent Show 4. 
JAMES W. BROWN— National Forensics League 3,4; 
National Thespians 3,4; "King and I"; Debate Team 3; 
ROTC 3,4; Rifle Team 4, President 4. 

■ JANET LYNN BROWN— National Forensics League 3,4; 
National Honor Society 4; National Thespians 2-4, 
Secretary 3,4; LANCER Staff 4; Treble Aires 3; Concert 
Choir 4; Knights Klub 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 2; "Brigadoon"; 
"King and I"; "My Fair Lady"; "Pygmalion"; Debate 
Team 3,4; Debate Workshop 4; Repertory Company 4. 
SALLY A. BROWN— Quill and Scroll 3,4; LANCER Staff 
2-4, Business Manager; Treble Aires 3; Concert Choir 4; 
Knights Klub 1,2; Ball State Press Workshop 4. 
ANGELINE BRUNNER— JA4; Bowling League 3,4. 
JOANNE BRYAN— Quill and Scroll 3,4; Student Council 
1-4, Secretary 4, Cabinet 2-4; Spirit Committee 4; ACCO- 
LADE Staff 2-4, Advertising Manager 4; Concert Choir 4; 
I.U. Leadership Institute 2; NASC Ohio Workshop; NASC 
European Tour 4; Ayres Fashion Board. 



■ DON BUCHANAN— JA 3>4; Freshman Wrestling; ROTC 
3. 

RON BUCHANAN— P.E. Assistant 3,4; Freshman Wrestling; 
ROTC 3; Football Manager 2. 

M. DIANE BUHR— FTA 3,4; GAA 4; JA 4; Spanish Club 
3; Intramural Volleyball 4; Chatard High School 1,2. 
STEVE BULL— Electronics Club 3,4; A.V. Assistant 2; Intra- 
mural Basketball 3,4; Freshman Wrestling. 

9 RANDALL L. BULTMAN— Letterman's Club 4; Fresh- 
man Football, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4; Freshman Wrestling; 
Freshman Track, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4. 
REBECCA J. BULTMAN— Student Council Alternate 2; 
Spirit Committee 4; Junior Prom Committee; Junior 
Mother's Tea Committee; GAA 1; JA 3; Knights Klub 1-3; 
Reserve Cheerleader 2; Goldenaire 3; Talent Show 3,4, 
Co-Coordinator 4; Intramural Volleyball 1-4; ACCOLADE 
Staff 3,4; Powderbowl4. 

WILLIAM E. BURP— JA 4; Reserve Cross Country 3; Fresh- 
man Wrestling; ROTC 3. 

PAMELA J. BURRELL— Junior Mother's Tea Committee; 
Intramural Volleyball 1,2. 



■ SUSAN LYNN BURTON— ACCOLADE Staff 2,3; 
Knights Klub 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 1. 

TERRI E. BUTCHER— National Honor Society 3,4; Spirit 
Committee 3,4; LANCER Respresentative 1-3; Senior Con- 
stitution Committee; Knights Klub 1,2; Spanish Club 1; 
Talent Show 3,4. 

BONNIE SUE BUTLER— North Central High School 1,2. 
DARRELL W. BUTLER— FAD 3. 

■ JANET L. BYERS— National Honor Society 3,4; French 
Club 1; Bowling League 1-4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3,4; 
Intramural Volleyball 1; ROTC Sponsor 4; Military Ball 
Queen Candidate 4. 

LINDA LEE CABLE— Knights Klub 1-4; Goldenaire 3,4; 
Talent Show 3,4; Intramural Volleyball 2-4; Powderbowl 
4. 

JUDY ANN CAIN— Library Assistant 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Junior Mother's Tea Committee. 
•LINDA G. CALDWELL— ACCOLADE Representative 4; JA 
3,4; Knights Klub 1,2; Junior Prom Committee; Junior 
Mother's Tea Committee; Lawrence Central High School 
1. 

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■ BETTY JEAN CAMPBELL— National Honor Society 3,4; 
Science Seminar 3; National Merit Finalist 4. 
DEBORAH A. CAMPBELL— National Honor Society 3,4; 
Spirit Committee 4; Arlingtones 3,4; Concert Choir 3, 
Secretary 4; Treble Aires 2; CAA 3,4; Knights Klub 
1-4; Goldenaire 3,4, Pennants 4; P.E. Assistant 4; Li- 
brary Assistant 1; "King and I"; Talent Show 3,4; Bowling 
League 3; Intramural Volleyball 1-4. 

SHERYL M. CAPP— Home Economics Assistant 4; Office 
Education Association 4. 
JAMES D. CARTER 

■ ROBERT F. CASSELL— Concert Band 3,4; Marching 
Band 1,3,4; Orchestra 3,4; Pep Band 4; "King and I"; "My 
Fair Lady"; Dixie Heights High School 1. 

CHERYL ANNE CATT— Clinic Assistant 3,4; Office Messen- 
ger 1. 

REBECCA CHAILLE— Orchestra 1; Knights Klub 1,2; Gold- 
enaires 2; Talent Show 3,4; Intramural Volleyball 1-3; 
Wasson's Fashion Board 4. 
DARRYL L CHAMBERS— Freshman Football, Reserve 3. 

■ ROBYN CHAMNESS— National Honor Society 3,4; Quill 
and Scroll 3,4, President 4; Student Council 3,4, Alter- 
nate 2; Spirit Committee 4; LANCER Staff 3,4, Feature 
Editor 4; Senior Colors Committee; Senior Class First 
Vice-president; GAA 2; JA 3; Knights Klub 1-4; I.U. Jour- 
nalism Workshop 3; Homecoming Queen 4; Cindy Candi- 
date 2; Gale Candidate 4; Junior Prom Queen Candidate; 
Goldenaire 3,4, Color Guard 4; Talent Show 3,4; Penney's 
Fashion Board 3,4. 

TREASA CHAPIN 

BETTY A. CHESTNUT— GAA 3; JA 4; Knights Klub 1,2; 

Library Assistant 1,3; Intramural Volleyball 3. 

BUD CHRISTENSEN— Concert Band 3; Concert Choir 

3; Boy's Ensemble 2; JA 4; "King and I"; Bowling 

League 4. 

■ PAUL F. CHRISTENSON— Boy's Ensemble 2; Art Club 
2,4; "King and I"; "My Fair Lady"; Reserve Tennis 2; 
Westlane Junior High School 1. 

DEBORAH CISSNA— Latin Club 2, Treasurer 2. 
ANITRA CLARK — National Honor Society 3,4, Treasurer 4; 
Quill and Scroll 3,4; Student Council 1-4, Cabinet 2-4; 
ACCOLADE Staff 2-4, Underclass Editor 3, Senior Editor 
4; JA 4; Knights Klub 1,2; Spanish Club 1,2; I.U. Leader- 
ship Institute 2; National Student Council Convention 3; 
Talent Show 3,4, Co-coordinator 4; NHS Queen 4; In- 
tramural Volleyball 1-3; Exploratory Teaching 4. 
MARTHA CLARKE— ACCOLADE Staff 3; JA 3,4; Knights 
Klub 1; Office Messenger 1; Intramural Volleyball 1; 
North Central High School 2,3. 



■ TERRY COCHRAN— Mariemant High School, Cincinnati, 
Ohiol. 

JOHN M. COFER— Spirit Committee 4; LANCER Repre- 
sentatives; FAD 4; JA4; Intramural Basketball 2. 
BRENDA KAY COLE 
BRUCE M. COLEMAN 



■JOHN CLIFFORD COLLINS— Junior Prom Committee; 
Electronics Club 3,4; German Club 1,2; JA 3,4; A.V. 
Assistant 1-4. 

JOHN MICHAEL CORRIDEN 
SUE B. COUCH— Library Assistant 4. 
CHRIS COY— Student Council 1; Senior Colors Com- 
mittee; Letterman's Club 2-4; Intramural Basketball 1-4; 
Varsity Cross Country 1-4; Varsity Track 1-4; Fellowship 
of Christian Athletes 2-4, President 4. 




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Train Pals . . . Seniors Debbie Wiersma, Rob McCoy, and Terri Butcher discover the other acts 
on board the 1968 "Knight Train to Talent". 



■ JAN CRADICK— Quill and Scroll 3,4; Student Council 
3, Alternate 4; ACCOLADE Staff 2-4, Activities Editor 3, 
Co-Editor 4; LANCER Representative 3,4; ACCOLADE 
Representative 4; Reserve Band 1-3; History Club 1-3; 
JA 3; Knights Klub 2; Ball State Journalism Workshop 3; 
IU Journalism Institute 4; Office Messenger 2; AFS Stu- 
dent Committee 3; Exploratory Teaching 4. 

NANCY J. CRAIG— GAA 3,4; Clinic Assistant 3; Office 

Messenger 3; Intramural Volleyball 3,4; John Glenn High 

School 1,2. 

SUSAN LINDA CRAWLEY— JA 3,4; Knights Klub 1; Clinic 

Assistant 3,4. 

DONNA CRIPE 

■ MICHAEL CROUP— Southeast High School, Lincoln, 
Nebraska 1. 

JAMES C. CULHAN— Student Council 2,4, Alternate 1; 
Freshman Football; Freshman Tennis. 

DAVID B. CULP— National Honor Society 4; Electronics 
Club 3; Intramural Basketball 3,4; Freshman Basketball. 
MICHAEL ANTHONY CUTICCHIA— National Forensics 
League 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Chess Club 3; 
Math Club 3; Office Messenger 2,3; Talent Show 4; De- 
bate Team 3. 

■ CLIFFORD E. DAHLEN— Spirit Committee 4; JA 4; Re- 
serve Golf 3; Freshman Tennis, Reserve 2; Reserve Wres- 
tling 2,3. 

BRAD DAVIS— Student Council 2; LANCER Staff 4; AC- 
COLADE Representative 3; JA 3,4; Letterman's Club 3,4; 
Freshman Basketball, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4; Freshman 
Track 

CYNTHIA L. DAVIS— LANCER Staff 3; Senior Constitu- 
tion Committee; JA 3,4; Knights Klub 1; Spanish Club 
3; Intramural Volleyball 2. 

ROBERT F. DAVIS— Freshman Wrestling; Kokomo High 
School 2. 

■ CATHERINE E. DAVISON— Student Council Alternate 
1; Reserve Band 1,2; Knights Klub 2; Intramural Volley- 
ball 2. 

BRENDA DAVY— LANCER Representative 1; History 

Club 3; JA 4; Knights Klub 2,3; Latin Club 1; P.E. Assistant 

3. 

PATRICIA L. DE BURGER— LANCER Representative 2; 

ACCOLADE Representative 2; Knights Klub 1; Red Cross 

Club 2; Talent Show 2-4. 

CHRISTINE E. DE CARO— Student Council 1,2; LANCER 

Representative 1,2; ACCOLADE Representative 1,2; 

Marching Band 1,2; Reserve Band 2,3; JA 3,4; Knights 

Klub 1,2; P.E. Assistant 3; Intramural Volleyball 1,2; ROTC 

Sponsor 3,4; Military Ball Queen Candidate 3,4. 







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■ CALISTA C. DILLEY— LANCER Representative 1; Con- 
cert Choir 4; Treble Aires 3; Talent Show 3. 
STEPHANIE A. DODD— Student Council Alternate 3; 
ACCOLADE Staff 2-4; ACCOLADE Representative 2,3; 
Knights Klub 1; Talent Show 2; Intramural Volleyball 
1; Junior Mother's Tea Committee. 

MARIA DOMINGUEZ 

PATRICIA DONEGAN— Student Council Alternate 3,4; 
ACCOLADE Staff 3,4; ACCOLADE Representative 2; Con- 
cert Band 4, Librarian 4; Reserve Band 1-3; Smith Wal- 
bridge Band Camp 4; History Club 1,2; JA 3; Knights 
Klub 2-4; Goldenaire 3,4, Pennants 4; Junior Prom 
Committee; AFS Student Committee 3. 

■ SANDRA KAY DOTTS— Student Council 1,2, Alternate 
3; JA 3,4; Knights Klub 2; Officer Messenger 4; Bowling 
League 1-4; Junior Mother's Tea Committee. 

PEGGY S. DUCLUS— Knights Klub 1; Goldenaire 2-4; 
Talent Show 2. 

DONNA J. DUNN— Student Council 1-4, Cabinet 3,4; 
Senior Constitution Committee; Junior Prom Committee; 
Concert Choir 4; Treble Aires 2,3; French Club 2; I.U. 
Leadership Institute 2; Clinic Assistant 4; Office Mes- 
senger 2,3; ROTC Sponsor 3,4; Military Ball Queen 
Candidate 3,4. 
RON DUZAN 



■ VINCE D. EASLER— Scecina High School 1; Warren High 
School 2,3. 

DONNA ELDRIDGE 

EVREN ELMALI — AFS Foreign Exchange Student, Turkey; 

Student Council 4; LANCER Staff 4. 

KRISTINE EMBACH— Student Council 3,4, Alternate 2; 

LANCER Staff 3; Junior Prom Committee; GAA 1-4; 

Knights Klub 1-3; Goldenaire 2,3; P.E. Assistant 3,4; Talent 

Show 3; Gymnastics 3,4; Intramural Volleyball 1-3. 

■ RICHARD S. EMERY— Student Council 1,2; Junior Prom 
Committee; Arlingtones 3,4; Concert Choir 2-4; Boy's 
Ensemble 1; "Brigadoon"; "My Fair Lady"; Talent Show 
3,4; Freshman Basketball Manager, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4; 
Freshman Tennis Manager 1-4. 

TERRY EMERY— LANCER Representative 1; Knights Klub 

1,2; P.E. Assistant 3; Intramural Volleyball 1-4. 

LEAH JANE EVANS— Student Council Alternate 2; 

LANCER Representative 1,2; ACCOLADE Representative 

1,2; JA 4; Knights Klub 1,2; Intramural Volleyball 1,2,4; 

Bedford High School 3. 

BRIAN EVERMAN 



■ MARIE FAILINGER— National Honor Society 4; Ger- 
man Club 3,4; Socratics Club 3; National Merit Finalist 
4; Willowbrook High School, Lombard, Illinois 1-3. 
PATRICIA FENSKE— Red Cross Club 1,2; Spanish Club 
1,2. 

CHARLENE FERGER— FNA 2-4, Secretary 3,4; Health 
Careers Club 4, Secretary 4; Knights Klub 2-4; Library 
Assistant 3. 

JERRY FIFER— Student Council 1; Spirit Committee 4; JA 
3; P.E. Assistant 3,4; Intramural Basketball 2-4; Freshman 
Baseball. 



■ JAMES W. FLEMING— Student Council Alternate 1; 
LANCER Representative 1; Reserve Baseball Manager 2. 
WILLIAM FLOREY— LANCER Representative 1; ACCO- 
LADE Representative 1,3. 

ANN E. FOBES— Student Council 1,2; LANCER Represen- 
tative 4; Knights Klub 1,2; P.E. Assistant 3; Intramural 
Volleyball 2,3. 

CARLA FOLTZ— Student Council Alternate 1; LANCER 
Representative 1,4; ACCOLADE Representative 2; His- 
tory Club 3; Knights Klub 1; Latin Club 1. 




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■ CAROL ANN FORBES*-Student Council 3,4, Alternate 

2; Junior Prom Committee; Talent Show 3,4; Intramural 

Volleyball 1,2; Powder Bowl 4. 

DENISE FORD— History Club 3; JA 4; Knights Klub 1,3; 

Clinic Assistant 3,4; Office Messenger 4. 

DIANA FORD— History Club 3; Knights Klub 1. 

THERESA FORD— Aiken Senior High 1-3. 



■ KIM FRANK 
SCOTT FRAZIER 
TOM FULTON 

BARBARA GARBERT— National Honor Society 3,4; Na- 
tional Thespians 3; Student Council Alternate 1,2; 
LANCER Representative 3; ACCOLADE Representative 
2,3; Concert Choir 3,4; Treble Aires 2; FNA 1-3, Presi- 
dent 3; Health Careers Club 4, President 4; CAA 1; 
Knights Klub 2-4; Goldenaire 3,4; Clinic Assistant 3,4; 
"Brigadoon"; "The King and I"; "My Fair Lady". 



■ HEATHER GALYEAN 

KEVIN GARRISON— Spanish Club 1,2; Intramurals 1,2; 
Freshman Baseball; Tennis 1,2; Freshman Wrestling Re- 
serve 2, Varsity 3. 

BOB L. GILBERT— Library Assistant 4. 

KEVIN GILLETTE— Quill and Scroll 3,4, Vice-president 4; 
Spirit Committee 4; ACCOLADE Staff 2-4, Sports Edi- 
tor 3,4; ACCOLADE Representative 3; Senior Constitu- 
tion Committee Chairman; Junior Prom Committee; Let- 
terman's Club 3,4; Talent Show Master of Ceremonies 
4; Freshman Cross Country; Freshman Wrestling, Reserve 
2, Varsity 3,4. 



■ DAN J. GOBIN 
ROGER GOODMAN 
STEVEN GRAEBER 

RAYMOND W. GRAHAM— Concert Band 4, Reserve 2,3; 
Talent Show 4. 

■ SHERRIE A. GRAHAM— Health Careers Club 4; Knights 
Klub 1,2; Red Cross Club 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

LORRAINE GRANA— Student Council 2-4, Alternate 1; 
Spirit Committee 4; Senior Class Secretary; Junior Prom 
Committee; GAA 3,4; Knights Klub 2,4; Homecoming 
Queen Candidate; Gale Candidate 4; Freshman Cheer- 
leader; Goldenaire 2-4; Feature Twirler 3,4; Powderbowl 4. 
SUSAN GRATTER— GAA 2; Knights Klub 1-3; Office 
Messenger 4; Intramural Volleyball 1. 

CHRISTINE GRAY— JA 3,4; Clinic Assistant 4; Wilson 
High School, Terre Haute 1; Wiley High School, Terre 
Haute 2. 



■ KNUT V. GRAZEI— Youth For Understanding, Germany; 
Student Council 4; ACCOLADE Staff 4; German Club 4; 
Talent Show 4; Intramural Basketball 4. 
RICHARD GREGORY— JA 3,4. 

WILFRED GRIEKSPOOR— Youth For Understanding, Neth- 
erlands; Student Council 4; Spirit Committee 4; LANCER 
Staff 4; German Club 4; JA 4; Science Seminar 4; Talent 
Show 4. 

BRENDA GRIFFIN— National Honor Society 4; Concert 
Choir 4; Treble Aires 2,3. 




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■ ART GRUBE— LANCER Staff 2; JA 3; Talent Show 4; 
Freshman Baseball; Freshman Football. 
LARRY GURCHIEK— P.E. Assistant 4; Intramural Basket- 
ball 2; Freshman Football. 

RANDY HAINES— LANCER Representative 2; Concert 
Band 2; Marching Band 2; Junior Prom King Candidate; 
Knight Candidate 4; Intramural Basketball 2,3; Freshman 
Basketball; Freshman Football. 
JEANNE E. HALEY 



■ TERRI ANITA HALL— Spirit Committee 4; GAA 1-3; Hu- 

aneme High School 1. 

TERRY HALL— Spirit Committee 3,4. 

JOSEPH W. HAMBLIN— ROTC 3,4. 

NANCY D. HAMILTON— Knights Klub 1; Intramural 

Volleyball 1. 



■ BILLIE HAMMOND— Student Council 3; Spirit Commit- 
tee 3; Knights Klub 1,3; Science Club 2; "King and I". 
BRENDA L. HAMMOND 

MARK HAMMOND— Spirit Committee 4; P.E. Assistant 
3,4; Intramural Basketball 2; Freshman Basketball, Re- 
serve 3, Varsity 4; Freshman Football, Reserve 2; Varsity 
4; Freshman Track, Reserve 2. 
LEX HANCOCK— Tech High School 1. 

■ L. SHERI HANES— National Thespians 3,4; Treble Aires 
3,4; Art Club 4; History Club 2,3; JA 3,4; Knights Klub 
1; "King and I"; "My Fair Lady"; "Miracle Worker". 
LYNN HARKINS— National Honor Society 3,4; Treble 
Aires 2; Concert Choir 3; Book Club 3; Debate Team 1,3. 
EDWARD HARLAN— National Honor Society 4; Spirit 
Committee 4; Senior Colors Committee; Senior Con- 
stitution Committee; JA 3; Talent Show 4; Intramural 
Basketball 1-4; Freshman Cross Country, Reserve 2,3; 
Freshman Track, Reserve 2,3, Varsity 4. 

DOUGLAS K. HARMAS— Spirit Committee 4; Letterman's 
Club 3,4; Knight Candidate 4; Talent Show 4; Intramural 
Basketball 2-4; Freshman Baseball, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4; 
Freshman Basketball; Freshman Football, Reserve 2, 
Varsity 3,4, Co-captain 4. 



■ KENNETH HARSHEY— West Vigo High School 1. 
BARBARA HARTLEY— National Honor Society 3,4; Stu- 
dent Council 1-4, Cabinet 3,4; Spirit Committee 3,4, 
Chairman 4; Junior Prom Committee; GAA 1,2; Knights 
Klub 1-4; Student Council Workshop 3; NHS Queen 
Candidate 4; Goldenaire 2-4, Captain 4, Flags 3,4; DAR 
Award 4; Talent Show 3,4; Intramural Volleyball. 
PATRICIA HARTLEY— Knights Klub 1; Library Assistant 
1-4. 

HELEN HATHAWAY— Clinic Assistant 3,4; Heidelberg 
American High School, Germany 1,2. 



■THERESA E. HAUSER— Scecina High School 1. 

JAN HAWKERSMITH 

KELVIN HEADY 

DORCAS HECK— Boga Creaga Florida 1,2. 




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■ MICHAEL ROBERT HENDERSON— JA 3,4; Reserve 
Wrestling 3. 

HERBERT HENRY— Student Council 3,4, Parliamentarian 
4; Letterman's Club 2-4; Freshman Football, Reserve 2, Var- 
sity 3,4; Freshman Track, Varsity 2-4. 

LODELLA J. HENRY— Art Club 4; Knights Klub 2; Span- 
ish Clubl. 

MARK W. HENSEL— Bowling League 1-3; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 1-3; Freshman Baseball; Freshman Football. 



■ MIKE HENTHORN 

MICHAEL HEWITT— Chess Club 1; P.E. Assistant 4. 
CAROL HEY— National Honor Society 3,4; FTA 1,2; Intra- 
mural Volleyball 2. 

CAROL HILL— National Honor Society 4; National Thes- 
pians 2-4; Concert Band 3,4; "King and I"; "My Fair Lady"; 
"Miracle Worker"; "Androcles and the Lion"; Debate 
Team 4. 



■ STEPHEN D. HILL— Student Council 1,2, Alternate 3 
Spirit Committee 4; Concert Band 3,4; Marching Band 3,4 
Pep Band 3,4; JA 3,4; "My Fair Lady"; Talent Show 4 
Intramural Basketball 1. 

EVA KAY HINDS— Quill and Scroll 4; LANCER Staff 3,4; 
News Editor 4; Junior Prom Committee; Orchestra 2; 
Knights Klub 1,3; I.U. News Conference 4. 
BILL HIXON— Chess Club 1,2; History Club 1-4, Vice- 
president 2, Librarian 3; JA 4; A.V. Assistant 1-3; Bowling 
League 3,4; Intramural Basketball 1,2. 
JOHN A. HOBSON— Chess Club 3,4; FAD 1. 

■ WILLIAM MICHAEL HOBSON— Cy Candidate 1; Fresh- 
man Track, Reserve 2. 

MARK HOECKER— National Honor Society 3,4; Concert 
Choir 3; Boy's Ensemble 2; Marching Band 3,4, Drum Ma- 
jor 3,4; Orchestra 2-4; Talent Show 4; Freshman Basket- 
ball. 

L. ANNE HOGGATT— National Honor Society 4; Student 
Council Alternate 2; Senior Constitution Committee; 
Concert Choir 4; Treble Aires 3; History Club 1-4, Sec- 
retary 3; Latin Club 1, Vice-president 1; I.U. Latin Insti- 
tute 3; A.V. Assistant 3, Secretary 3. 

CARL P. HOLLINGSWORTH— ACCOLADE Staff 2-4, Photo 
Editor 4; LANCER Staff 3,4; I.U. Journalism Institute 4. 



■ JENNIFER J. HOLLY— Student Council Alternate 1,2; 

JA 3,4; Office Education Association 4. 

MICHAEL HOLMES 

SUSAN HORINE— History Club 3. 

ALLAN CLARK HOWARD— National Honor Society 3,4; 

Concert Band 1-4; Marching Band 2-4; Orchestra 2-4; 

Pep Band 2,4; "King and I"; "My Fair Lady"; Science 4. 



■ DAVID A. HOWELL— Intramural Basketball 2-4 
LARRY HOWELL 

BECKY HUDDLESTON— Office Messenger 3. 
DAVID HUFFMAN— ROTC 3,4, Varsity Drill Team 4; In- 
diana National Guard Medal 3; P.E. Assistant 3,4. 




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■ GENE HUGAR 

PAMELA HUNGERFORD— Talent Show 2. 

RICHARD L. HUNT 

DANIEL E. HUTCHERSON— Student Council 4; Spirit 

Committee 3,4; Art Club 4; Letterman's Club 4; Junior 

Prom King Candidate; Junior Prom Committee; Knight 

Candidate; Freshman Football, Reserve 2, Varsity 4; 

Varsity Track 4. 



■ PAUL A. HUTCHERSON— Crispus Attucks High School 

1,2. 

DEBORAH INGRAM— Concert Choir 4; Knights Club 3; 

Office Messenger 3,4; Issac C. Elston High School 1,2. 

ALMA IRVING— Spirit Committee 4; LANCER Staff 4; 

History Club 4; JA 3,4; Northern High School 1-3. 

GARY D. IRWIN— Student Council 2,3; Letterman's Club 

4; Office Messenger 4; P.E. Assistant 4; Talent Show 4; 

Varsity Football 4; Reserve Wrestling 2. 



■ PHIL A. IRWIN— LANCER Staff 4; ACCOLADE Staff 4. 
DAN B. JACKSON— Latin Club 1. 

LAURIE JACOBS— Treble Aires 4; Lawrence High School 

1-3. 

JUDY JANNUSCH— Student Council 2; Office Messenger 

2; P.E. Assistant 3,4; Intramural Volleyball 2. 

■ LEON JARVIS— Art Club 1. 

ROBERT PAUL JASSMANN— National Thespians 1-4; His- 
tory Club 3,4; JA 4; Spanish Club 1-4, Secretary 3; Office 
Messenger 2; "Hoosier Schoolmaster". 
WILLIAM JAY— FAD 3; JA 3,4. 

KAREN JEFFRIES— National Honor Society 3,4; Quill 
and Scroll 3,4; Student Council 1-3; Spirit Committee 
3; ACCOLADE Staff 3,4, Academics Editor 4; Senior 
Colors Committee; Cindy Candidate 1,3, Cindy 3; Home- 
coming Queen Candidate 4; Junior Prom Queen Can- 
didate; Gale Candidate 4; Freshman Cheerleader, 
Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4; DAR Award 3; Talent Show 3,4. 



■SUSAN C. JENKINS 

KAREN LYNN JESSUP— National Honor Society 3,4; Na- 
tional Thespians 2-4; Treble Aires 2; Concert Choir 3,4; 
Spanish Club 1,3; Goldenaire 2-4; I.U. Honors Program, 
Mexico 3; "Brigadoon"; "Miracle Worker"; "King and 
I"; "My Fair Lady". 

RICHARD A. JOHNSON— Electronics Club 4; Archery 
Club 2. 

SANDRA JOHNSON— German Club 2,3; Knights Klub 
1; Science Club 2,3. 



■ BEVERLEY SUE JONES— Fowler High School 1. 
CHARLETTE JONES 

KLAYTA JORDAN— JA 4; Crispus Attucks High School 1,2. 
STEVEN KEITHLEY 




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■ CONNIE J. KELLEY— GAA 1-4; Knights Klub 1-3; Gold- 
enaire 2,3; PE. Assistant 3; Intramural Volleyball 1-3; 
Office Education Association 4. 
CHARLES C. KELLEY— Intramural Basketball 1,2. 
ALAN KENNEDY 

RUSSELL EDWARD KENNEDY— National Forensics League 
2-4, Second Vice-president 4; National Honor Society 
3,4; National Thespians 1-4, Clerk 2, President 3,4; 
Concert Choir 3,4; Boy's Ensemble 2; History Club 1; 
JA 3,4; Illinois State University Drama Institute 2; NFL 
Award 3; "Brigadoon"; "My Fair Lady"; "King and 
I"; "Miracle Worker"; "Hoosier Schoolmaster"; "An- 
drocles and the Lion"; "Pygmalion"; Christmas Plays 
2-4; Talent Show 3,4; Debate Team 3,4, Librarian 4; 
Repertory Company, Student Director. 



■ PATRICK J. KENRICK— National Honor Society 3,4; 
Book Club 3; Chess Club 2,3; JA 3; Math Club 4; Talent 
Show 4; Reserve Track 2, Varsity 3. 

VICKY LYNN KERR— Killeen High School, Killeen, Texas. 
MARSHA KERSAGE 

KEVIN WALTER KESTNER— Intramural Basketball 2; Fresh- 
man Baseball, Reserve 2,3, Varsity 4; Reserve Wrestling 
2,3, Varsity 4. 



■ BOB KING— Spanish Club 2. 

CHRISTINE KING— National Forensics League 3,4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3,4; Student Council Alternate 1,2; 
Knights Klub 1-4; NHS Queen Candidate 4; Golden- 
aire 2-4, Flag Corps 4, Pennants 3; Talent Show 3,4. 
MARK KINNAMAN 

DEBBIE KIRK— JA 3; Knights Klub 1,2; Intramural Vol- 
leyball 1,2. 

■ PEGGY KLEIN— National Honor Society 3,4; Concert 
Choir 4; Treble Aires 3; Knights Klub 1-4; Goldenaire 
3,4. 

KURT KLEINHELTER— Letterman's Club 3,4, Vice-presi- 
dent 4; Freshman Football, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4, 
Co-captain 4; Freshman Wrestling, Reserve 2, Varsity 
3,4. 

BARBARA KLIER— JA 3; Knights Klub 1,2; Intramural 
Volleyball 1,2. 

MARK KLIPPEL— Concert Choir 4; Marching Band 2-4; 
German Club 1; "Hoosier Schoolmaster". 

■ KAREN KONCHINSKY— Bowling League 3,4. 

PETER KRESGE— JA 3,4; Talent Show 4; Reserve Tennis 
1-3. 

STEVE A. KUHL— National Honor Society 4; Concert 
Band 2-4; Latin Club 1; Science Club 1-4; Science Sem- 
inar 2-4; Science Assistant 2. 

ROGER ALLAN KUHLMAN— National Forensics League 
2-4; National Honor Society 3,4; National Thespians 2-4, 
Vice-president 4; Student Council 3; Senior Constitu- 
tion Committee; Arlingtones 3,4; Concert Choir 2-4; 
Boy's Ensemble 1; German Club 1,2, President 2; NHS 
King Candidate 4; "Brigadoon"; "King and I"; "My 
Fair Lady"; "Miracle Worker"; "Androcles and the Lion"; 
Christmas Plays; Bowling League 2; Reserve Wrestling 2; 
Debate Team 2-4. 

■DEBORAH J. LAKE— Knights Klub 1; P.E. Assistant 3; 
Intramural Volleyball 1,2; AFS Student Committee 3,4. 
THOMAS M. LAMMERS— Chess Club 3,4, Secretary 4; 
JA 4; Science Seminar 3,4; Reserve Wrestling 2; Brebuef 
Prep School 1. 

JOAN R. LANCELLO— National Honor Society 3,4; Quill 
and Scroll 3,4; Spirit Committee 4; ACCOLADE Staff 3,4, 
Managing Editor 4; Ball State Journalism Workshop 3 
Senior Constitution Committee; JA 3; Knights Klub 1,2 
Office Messenger 2,3; "Oklahoma"; Talent Show 3,4 
Intramural Volleyball 2-4; Junior Prom Committee 
Powderbowl 4. 
CYNTHIA A. LANE 




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■ JAMES R. LANE— Student Council 1,2; Spirit Commit- 
tee 4; Senior Class Second Vice-president; "My Fair 
Lady"; Talent Show 2-4; Intramural Basketball 4; Fresh- 
man Basketball; ROTC 3,4; Socratics Club 3. 
LARRY LANNAN— National Forensics League 3,4; Cha- 
tard High School 1. 

JAN LANNOM— National Forensics League 3; ACCO- 
LADE Staff 3; German Club 1; JA 4; Press Workshop 3; 
Debate Team 3. 
GREGORY L. LANUM 



■ ROBERT L. LAUTH JR.— JA 3,4; Office Messenger 3,4; 
Intramural Basketball 4. 

ANITA L. LAWRENCE— ACCOLADE Representative 3,4; 
Knights Klub 1-3; Office Messenger 1,2; Science Club 1. 
MARILYN S. LAWRENCE— Knights Klub 1,2; Library Assis- 
tant 1,2; Intramural Volleyball 1,2. 

CARTER LAWSON— Intramural Basketball 3,4; Reserve 
Track 2. 



■ KENNETH J. LAZAR— National Honor Society 4; Talent 
Show 2-4; Socratics Club 3; NHS King Candidate 4. 
DONALD LEE 

LONNIE LEE 

RICHARD ALLEN LEE— Intramural Basketball 3,4; Fresh- 
man Basketball; Varsity Golf 3,4. 

■ TURHAN VAN LEE— JA 3; Oak Hills High School 1. 
KATHRYN A. LeFEBER— Spirit Committee 4; Knights 
Klub 1-4; Goldenaire 2-4; Intramural Volleyball 1,3. 
PATRICIA LeMASTER— National Honor Society 4; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee; Student Council Alternate 3,4; 
GAA 1-4, Treasurer 3, Vice-president 4; Knights Klub 
1-4; Goldenaire 3,4; "King and I"; "My Fair Lady"; 
Talent Show 4; Gymnastics 1-4; Intramural Volleyball 
1-4. 

KAREN S. LEVERENZ— Student Council Alternate 2; His- 
tory Club 4; JA 4; Knights Klub 1,2; Red Cross Club 2,4. 



■ RICHARD C. LEWIS— German Club 1; Freshman Base- 
ball, Reserve 2. 

MARY LINZER— National Honor Society 4; Student 
Council 1-4; Spirit Committee 4; Senior Class Alumni 
Secretary; Junior Prom Committee; GAA 1-4, Treasurer 
4; JA 3; Knights Klub 1-4; Goldenaire 3,4, Pennants 4; 
P.E. Assistant 2-4; Talent Show 3,4; Intramural Volley- 
ball 1-4; Gymnastics 3,4. 

WILLIAM B. LIPP— National Honor Society 3,4; Senior 
Colors Committee; Chess Club 1-3; Math Club 3,4; 
Rennsalaer Award 3; Math Award 2,3. 

DEBORAH LITTEN— Junior Prom Committee; French 
Club 1; JA 3,4; Knights Klub 1,2; Office Messenger 1,2; 
Academic Assistant 3; Bowling League 1-4, Secretary 2; 
Intramural Volleyball 1. 



■ GARY LOHKAMP— JA 3; Math Club 1; Talent Show 
3,4; Intramural Basketball 2; Freshman Basketball; Fresh- 
man Track; Freshman Wrestling. 

MARY ANNE LONG— National Honor Society 3,4; Arling- 
tones 4; Orchestra 1-4; Spanish Club 1-3; "Brigadoon"; 
"My Fair Lady"; "King and I"; Talent Show 4. 
STEVEN S. LOTSHAW— Bowling League 2-4, President 4; 
Intramural Basketball 2-4. 
KATHIE ANN LOVELL— JA 3,4. 




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■ CHARLES A. LOWERY— JA 3; Library Assistant 3; Intra- 
mural Basketball 2-4; Varsity Track 4; Muncie Southside 
High School 1,2. 

LADONNA LUCAS— GAA 3; JA 3; Knights Klub 1-4; 
Goldenaire 3,4; P. E. Assistant 2,3; Talent Show 4; Gym- 
nastics 3; Intramural Volleyball 1-4; Office Education 
Association 4; Powderbowl 4; Junior Prom Committee. 
JIM LUNSFORD 

CAREY LYKINS— JA 4; Office Messenger 4; Talent Show 
4; Bowling League 2,4; Intramural Basketball 2; Freshman 
Baseball. 



■ JOHN LYONS— P.E. Assistant 3,4; Bowling League 2,4; 

Intramural Basketball 2,3. 

CLENDA MADISON— ACCOLADE Representative 3; 

Knights Klub 1; Spanish Club 1; Library Assistant 1,3; 

ICT4. 

BARBARA J. MALLORY— GAA 1,2; Knights Klub 1-3; 

Library Assistant 1. 

ROBERT P. MANSBACH— Chess Club 1; A.V. Assistant 2. 



■ BLANCHE MARKEY 

JOHN ROBERT MARKS— National Forensics League 3,4; 
National Honor Society 3,4; National Thespians 1-4; 
Student Council 2; FTA 1,2; "Androcles and the Lion"; 
"Hoosier Schoolmaster"; "Miracle Worker"; "Briga- 
doon"; "King and I"; Christmas Play; History Club 1,2; 
Spanish Club 1,2; Bowling League 2; Debate Team 3,4. 
DAN L. MARTIN 
DIANE MARTIN— Treble Aires 3,4. 

■ DONALD L. MARTIN— Electronics Club 4; Vincennes 
Lincoln High School 1-3. 

RICK A. MASTENIK— Spirit Committee 4; JA 3,4. 

ANN MATHEWS— Student Council Alternate 1-4; Junior 

Prom Committee; Knights Klub 1-4; Goldenaire 2-4; 

Pennants 4; John Herron Art Award 4; Intramural 

Volleyball 1-4. 

GREGORY M. MAXWELL— National Thespians 3; Concert 

Band 1-4; Marching Band 1-4; Orchestra 1,2; Pep Band 

3,4; Auditorium Technician 2-4; Talent Show 4. 

■ CATHEY S. MAYFIELD 

MARK A. McALISTER— Spirit Committee 4; LANCER 
Staff 4; History Club 4; Letterman's Club 4; Junior Prom 
King Candidate; Intramural Basketball; Freshman Basket- 
ball, Reserve 2, Varsity 3; Varsity Football 4; Varsity Track 
4. 

KAREN RUTH McCAUSLAND— Knights Klub 1,2; Clinic 
Assistant 4; Junior Mother's Tea Committee. 
CAROL JO McCORMICK— National Honor Society 4; 
Student Council 1-4, Vice-president 4; Spirit Committee 
3,4, Chairman 3; LANCER Staff 2,3; Knights Klub 1-4; 
Goldenaire 2-4, Pennants 3; Altrusa Award 3; Talent 
Show 3,4; Concert Choir 4, Treasurer 4; I.U. Leadership 
Institute 3,4; Powderbowl 4. 



■ ROBERT D. McCOY— Letterman's Club 3,4; Talent 
Show 1-4; Reserve Cross Country 2; Freshman Foot- 
ball, Reserve 3, Varsity 4; Freshman Track, Reserve 2, 
Varsity 3,4. 

JOHN CLIFTON McCULLAR— Letterman's Club 4; Fresh- 
man Baseball, Reserve 2,3, Varsity 4; Freshman Wrestling, 
Reserve 2,3, Varsity 4. 
GINGER L. McDANIEL 

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■ TAMARA D. McEDWARDS— National Honor Society 
3,4; German Club 2-4, Secretary 3, Vice-president 4; 
Library Assistant 1,2. 
JAMES D. McELHANY 

CATHY L. McFARLAND— Student Council Alternate 1, 
2; Senior Constitution Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Treble Aires 3,4; "Brigadoon"; "King and I"; 
"My Fair Lady"; Talent Show 2-4; Intramural Volley- 
ball 2,3. 

VEO McGEE— JA 3,4; Letterman's Club 4; Reserve Bas- 
ketball 2,3, Varsity 4; Reserve Football 3, Varsity 4; 
Tech High School 1. 



■ MARCIA ANNE McKEE— Art Club 1-4; JA 3,4; Knights 
Klub 1; Office Messenger 3,4; P.E. Assistant 2,3; Intra- 
mural Volleyball 1. 

TRUDY K. McKEE— Art Club 1; JA 3,4; Intramural Volley- 
ball 1,3. 

JIM McKINNEY— Talent Show 4. 
DAVID McMANUS— Park High School 1-3. 



■ BETSY McPHERSON— Student Council 4; Spirit Com- 
mittee 4; Dominion High School 1. 

ROBERT P. MEARA— Student Council 1,2; Letterman's 
Club 3,4, President 4; Cy 3; Junior Prom King Candidate; 
Knight 4; Varsity Baseball 3,4; Freshman Basketball, Re- 
serve 2, Varsity 3,4; Freshman Football, Reserve 2, Var- 
sity 3,4, Co-captain 4. 
JERRY MELCHER 
TAYA ANN MENTZER— JA 4; DeKalb High School 1-3. 



■ RICHARD MESCHKE— National Honor Society 4; Stu- 
dent Council 1; JA 4; Letterman's Club 4; National Mer- 
it Finalist; Freshman Football, Reserve 2,3, Varsity 4; 
Freshman Track, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4; Freshman Wres- 
tling, Reserve 2,3, Varsity 4. 

CHARLES D. MICHAEL— JA 3,4; Talent Show 4; Portage 
Junior High 1; Elmhurst High School, Fort Wayne 2. 
JOHN M. MIDDLETON— JA 3,4; Freshman Wrestling. 
JUDY KAYE MIKOSZ— Bowling League 1-4. 



■ STANLEY A. MIKOSZ— Letterman's Club 4; Bowling 
League 1-3; Freshman Tennis, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4. 
DAVID L. MILAM— National Honor Society 3,4; Student 
Council 3, Alternate 2; Letterman's Club 1-3; Bausch- 
Lomb Award; Science Seminar 2-4; Freshman Football, 
Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4; Varsity Track 1-4; Freshman Wres- 
tling, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4. 

MARK MILAM— Concert Choir 2,3; Boy's Ensemble 2; 
History Club 1,2; Auditorium Technician 1-4; A.V. Assis- 
tant 1. 

MARK A. MILLER— Concert Band 1-4; Marching Band 
1-4; Pep Band 1,2; Orchestra 4; Talent Show 3. 



■ SHERRY MILLER 

JACK R. MITCHELL— Office Messenger 2; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 3; Freshman Baseball, Varsity 2,3. 
JOHNETTA MITCHELL— Crispus Attucks High School 1,2. 
KATHY MODICA— Knights Klub 3; Office Messenger 3,4. 




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■MARILYN SUE MOSIER— Treble Aires 3,4; JA 3,4; 
Knights Klub 2; Majorette 3; Broad Ripple High School 1. 
LINDA MOSS — National Honor Society 4; Student Coun- 
cil 1, Alternate 2,3; Spirit Committee 4; Talent Show 
3,4; Intramural Volleyball 1-3; Powderbowl 4. 
BOB MOTT — National Honor Society 4; Concert Band 
2-4; Marching Band 2-4; Pep Band 2-4. 
SUSAN C. MURPHY— Student Council 3, Alternate 2; 
JA 3; Gale 4; Talent Show 3,4; Powderbowl 4. 

■ TERESA ELLEN MURPHY— National Honor Society 3,4; 
German Club 1-4, Secretary 3, President 4; Science 
Seminar 3,4; National Merit Finalist 4; I.U. Honors 
Finalist 3; English Medal 1; A.V. Assistant 3,4. 

CINDY JO NEIL— Student Council 4; GAA 3,4; Knights 
Klub 2-4; Homecoming Queen Candidate 4; Gale 
Candidate 4; Reserve Cheerleader 3, Varsity 4; Talent 
Show 3,4; Gymnastics 2-4; Intramural Volleyball 1-4. 
MARK JAY NELSEN— Spirit Committee 4; Letterman's 
Club 4; Intramural Basketball 1,4; Reserve Football 3, 
Varsity 4; Varsity Track 3,4; ROTC 3. 

KRIS S. NELSON— National Forensics League 4, Presi- 
dent 4; National Thespians 3,4; Senior Constitution Com- 
mittee; JA 3; Boy's State 3; "King and I"; "My Fair 
Lady"; Debate Team 3,4. 

■ NANCY LYNN NEWHOUSE— Bowling League 2; GAA 3. 
WILLIAM SCOTT NEWKIRK— Student Council 3,4, Alter- 
nate 1,2, Cabinet 4; Spirit Committee 4; LANCER Staff 
2-4; Senior Colors Cc.nmittee; l.U. Journalism Workshop 
3; National Leadership Training Conference, Arkansas 4. 
PENNY NICHOLS— Student Council 4; Spirit Committee 
3,4; Knights Klub 1,2; "My Fair Lady"; Talent Show 3,4; 
Intramural Volleyball 1,2; Exploratory Teaching. 

RANDY NICKEL— National Honor Society 4; Concert 

Band 2-4; Marching Band 2,3; Orchestra 1-3; JA 3,4; 

Intramural Basketball 2-4; Freshman Basketball; Var- 
sity Football 4. 



■ DIANE NIXON— National Honor Society 3,4; Concert 

Band 2-4; Marching Band 1; Orchestra 1-4; All-City 

Orchestra 1-4; All-State Band 2-4; All-State Orchestra 2-4; 

Science Club 1,2; Bible Club 4; "Brigadoon"; "King and 

I"; "My Fair Lady". 

ROLAND F. NORRIS— Varsity Football 4; Scecina High 

School 1,2. 

CATHERINE C. O'BRIEN— JA 3; Knights Klub 1. 

KENNETH O'DAY— North Central High School 2,3. 

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■ EMIL JOHN MOLIN— Student Council 2,3; Senior Con- 
stitution Committee; Arlingtones 4; Concert Choir 3,4; 
Boy's Ensemble 2; Letterman's Club 4; Freshman Foot- 
ball, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4; Freshman Track, Reserve 
3; Freshman Wrestling, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4. 
MICHAEL MONROE 

DAVE MOODY— Arlingtones 3,4; Barbershop Quartet 
3,4; Concert Choir 3,4; Boy's Ensemble 2; "My Fair 
Lady"; Talent Show 3,4. 
DON MOORE— Art Club 1, President 1. 



■ RON MOORE— Freshman Track 

SCOTT DOUGLAS MOORE— FAD 1; A.V. Assistant 2-4. 

EDWARD MORGAN 

GLENN MOSES— Intramural Basketball 4; Varsity Football 

4; Elmhurst High School 1-3. 



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■ PATRICIA CAROLE OHNE— National Honor Society 4; 
National Thespians 3,4; History Club 3,4; Girl's State 
4; "My Fair Lady"; "Androcles and the Lion"; Reper- 
tory Company 4. 

JACKIE OLSON— Nelson Snider High School, Fort Wayne 
3. 

NANCY L. PALMER— LANCER Representative 1,2; AC- 
COLADE Representative 1. 
THOMAS C. PALMER 

■HAL D. PARKER— Freshman Football, Reserve 2; 
Freshman Wrestling, Reserve 2. 

WALTER E. PARKS— National Thespians 2-4; Art Club 
2,4; Science Club 3; Bible Club 4; President 4; Office 
Messenger 2,3; "Brigadoon"; "King and I"; "Androcles 
and the Lion"; Freshman Cross Country, Reserve 2; 
Freshman Track, Reserve 2; ROTC 3. 

SUSAN KAY PARSONS— National Thespians 2-4; Treble 
Aires 4; FNA 1-4, Vice-president 3; Health Careers Club 
4; "Brigadoon"; "Pygmalion"; "King and I"; "Androcles 
and the Lion"; Christmas Plays. 

ROB PARTENHEIMER— Quill and Scroll 4; Spirit Com- 
mittee 4; ACCOLADE Staff 4; Intramural Basketball 
3,4; Freshman Basketball; Freshman Cross Country, 
Reserve 2; Freshman Tennis. 



■ WILLIAM A. PATTERSON— Library Assistant 2; Fresh- 
man Football Manager. 

MICHAEL A. PAUL— Intramural Basketball 4; Brebuef 
Prep School 1-3. 

RICHARD N. PAUL— Intramural Basketball 4; Brebeuf 
Prep School 1-3. 

JOE PAULIN — National Honor Society 4; Letterman's 
Club 2-4; Intramural Basketball 2,3; Varsity Golf 1-4. 



■ REBECCA DIANE PEARCE— National Honor Society 
3,4; Student Council 1-4, Cabinet 3,4; Spirit Committee 
3; LANCER Staff 3,4; JA 3; Knights Klub 1-4; Gold- 
enaire 2-4; I.U. Leadership Institute 3; National Student 
Council Convention 4; Teen Guide Council 4. 
DONALD PEEK— ROTC 3,4; Tech High School 1,2. 
SANDY PERDUE— Spanish Club 3. 
CAROL PERKINS 




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final "home" game. The class of '69 dis- 
played spirit throughout the football 
season by making posters, hoops, banners, 
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■ RICK C. PETTET 

RONALD KEITH PETTIGREW— Student Council 1-4, 
Treasurer 4, Cabinet 3,4; Arlingtones 3,4; Concert 
Choir 4; Orchestra 1-4, Concertmaster 3,4; Electronics 
Club 1; JA 3; I.U. leadership Institute 3; Music 
Clinic 4; Office Messenger 4; "Oklahoma"; "Brigadoon"; 
"King and I"; "My Fair Lady"; Talent Show 3,4; 
Freshman Tennis. 

DEBORAH LEE PHELPS— National Honor Society 3,4; 
Quill and Scroll 3,4, Secretary 4; Student Council 3, 
Alternate 2; Spirit Committee 3,4; ACCOLADE Staff 
3,4, Co-editor 4; LANCER Staff 3; LANCER Represen- 
tative 2; JA 3; Knights Klub 1,2; I.U. Journalism Work- 
shop 4; Talent Show 4, Mistress of Ceremonies 4; 
Intramural Volleyball 1,3. 

JOHN T. PHILLIPS— Bowling League 4; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 1. 



■ MICHAEL A. PIERCE 

ESTHER B. POMAREDA— Student Council 4; JA 4. 
WILLIAM E. PORTER— Spanish Club 1,2; ROTC 3,4. 
SHERI PRATHER— Carmel High School 1,2. 



■ PAMELA KAYE PRICE 
PATRICIA L. PRICE— National 
estra 1-4; FTA 2,3; GAA 1; 
Science Club 2,3; Tri-Hi;Y 2; 
Lady"; Intramural Volleyball 2. 
JOHN PRINCELL 

PATTI PRUITT— Spirit Committee 
ball 1,2. 



Honor Society 4; Orch- 
JA 4; Knights Klub 1,2; 
"King and I"; "My Fair 



4; Intramural Volley- 



■ DENISE PURVIS— Spirit Committee 3; Art Club 1; 
Knights Klub 1,2; Intramural Volleyball 1; Art Assistant 
4. 

LAWRENCE D. QUIGLEY— Spirit Committee 3; Intra- 
mural Basketball 1. 

BECKY RAINSBERGER— Art Club 4; JA 4; Knights Klub 
1; Clinic Assistant 4; Camera Club 4. 
PAMELA J. RANDOLPH— Washington High School 1-3. 



■ ROBERT RANDOLPH— Concert Band 3,4; Marching 
Band 1-4; Electronics Club 2; JA 4; "Brigadoon"; "King 
and I"; "My Fair Lady". 

BARBARA A. RANKIN— National Honor Society 3,4; 
LANCER Representative 1,2; ACCOLADE Represen- 
tative!; History Club 1,2; JA 3; Knights Klub 1. 
MAUREEN RAY— Book Club 3,4; Lathrop High School 1,2. 
CAROL RAYMER 



■ CATHY REBIC 

HENRI REDDIE— FNA 1; JA 4; Knights Klub 1; Bowling 
League 3,4; Intramural Volleyball 1. 

GAIL ANN REDMAN— GAA 1; Beech Grove High 
School 1,2. 

BRIAN CHRISTOPHER REEDER— Student Council 3,4; 
LANCER Representative 2-4; Senior Constitution Com- 
mittee; JA 3,4; Letterman's Club 3,4; Freshman Basketball, 
Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4; Freshman Football; Freshman Track, 
Varsity 3. 

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■ BECKY REPPHAN— History Club 3,4; JA 3; Knights 
Klubl; Latin Club 1. 

WILLIAM RICHARDSON— North High School, Evansville 
1,2; Aastagg High School, Chicago 3. 

RONALD RICHESON— National Honor Society 3,4; Stu- 
dent Council 2, Alternate 3; Concert Choir 1-4; Pep Band 
4; Chess Club 1-4; Sergeant-at-Arms 2, President 3,4. 
RONNIE RICHMOND— Letterman's Club 2-4; Varsity 
Football Manager 2,3; Freshman Wrestling, Reserve 2. 



■ BRUCE RICKMAN— Quill and Scroll 4; Spirit Commit- 
tee 4; LANCER Staff 2-4; Junior Prom Committee; 
Book Club 4; )A 3,4; Office Messenger 4; Freshman 
Cross Country; Freshman Track. 

VICKIE ROAN— Student Council 1-3; Spirit Committee 
3,4; Junior Prom Committee; Knights Klub 1,2; Red 
Cross Club 1; Intramural Volleyball 1-4; Talent Show 3. 
CHERYL JEAN ROBERTS— Office Messenger 4. 
JAN A. ROBERTS— Spirit Committee 4; JA 3; Junior 
Prom Committee; Chatard High School 1,2. 

■ BETH ROBINSON— National Honor Society 3,4; Stu- 
dent Council Alternate 4; Art Club 4; Book Club 3,4, 
Vice-president 3, President 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Girl's 
State Alternate 3; Office Messenger 2,3; P.E. Assis- 
tant 4; Intramural Volleyball 1-4. 

SUSAN DENISE ROBLING— JA 3,4; Knights Klub 1,2; 
Office Messenger 3,4; Library Assistant 1,2; Intramural 
Volleyball 1-4. 

RITA ROHRMAN— Student Council 1, Alternate 2; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee; JA 4; Knights Klub 1,2; Talent 
Show 3,4. 

CURTIS WILLIAM ROMERIL— Student Council 1, Alter- 
nate 2; JA 3; P.E. Assistant 3,4; Intramural Basketball 3,4; 
Freshman Baseball. 



■ LISANDRO ROQUE— Scecina High School 1,2. 

KAREN JEAN ROSS— FNA 2,3; Knights Klub 4; Health 

Careers Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

THOMAS ROSSELL— Intramural Track 1. 

MIKE RUSSELL— ACCOLADE Representative 4; JA 3,4; 

Office Messenger 3; Reserve Football 3. 



■ STEVEN J. RUSSELL 

PETE J. RUSTHOVEN— National Forensics League 3,4, 
First Vice-president 4; National Honor Society 3,4, Pres- 
ident 4; National Thespians 3,4, Board of Directors 4; 
Student Council 4; Telluride Association Summer Pro- 
gram; NHS King Candidate 4; "My Fair Kady"; "An- 
drocles and the Lion"; "Christmas Miser"; Talent Show 
4; Debate Team 3,4, Captain 4; Quiz Team 3,4. 
LINDA DIANN SADLER 

EARL SANDEFUR— National Forensics League 2-4; Na- 
tional Thespians 2-4; Student Council Alternate 2; 
Concert Choir 3; Boy's Ensemble 2; JA 4; Red Cross 
Club 1-3, Treasurer 3; Library Assistant 2,3; "Brigadoon"; 
Talent Show 3; ROTC 3,4, Color Guard 4. 



■ DEBBIE SANDERS— JA 4; Knights Klub 1. 

RICK SANDERS— Intramural Basketball 2-4; Reserve Golf 

3, Varsity 4. 

JAMES M. SCANLAND— Art Club 4; Reserve Band 3. 

DIANE CAROL SCHAUB— JA 3,4; Howe High School 1-3. 




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■ NANCY LEE SHERER— Student Council Alternate 3; 
Senior Colors Committee; Art Club 1; GAA 1-4, Pres- 
ident 3, Secretary 4; JA» 3; Goldenaire 3,4, Pennant 4; 
P.E. Assistant 3,4; Bowling League 1-3; Gymnastics 2-4; 
Intramural Volleyball 1-4; Powderbowl 4. 
JUNE SCHIMP—JA 4; Spanish Club 2. 
STEPHEN SCHMIDT— Intramural Basketball 1,2; Base- 
ball 1. 
VICKIE JEAN SCHORN— Knights Klubl. 



■ DAVID L. SCHWANTES— National Forensics League 
3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Senior Constitution 
Committee; Science Club 3,4; Talent Show 4; Debate 
Team 3,4. 

ELLEN REA SCHWARTZ— John I. Leonard High School 2. 
VIVIAN KAY SCHWOMEYER— National Honor Society 
3,4; Junior Prom Committee; Knights Klub 1,2; Intra- 
mural Volleyball 1. 

JEFFREY SCOTT— Electronics Club 1; JA 3,4; Letterman's 
Club 4; Freshman Football, Reserve 2,3, Varsity 4. 



■ SHELIA SEGREST— GAA 4; Talent Show 4; Knights Klub 
4; Manual High School 1,2. 

WENDY SEIDEL— JA 2,3; Intramural Volleyball 1. 

MARY LYNN SHANNON— Library Assistant 2-4; Scecina 

High School 1. 

JOHN SHAVER 

■ RONALD L. SHAW— National Honor Society 4; Nation- 
al Thespians 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Student Council 
1-4, Cabinet 4; I.LJ. Student Council Leadership Institute 
4; Spirit Committee 4; LANCER Representative 3,4 
Concert Choir 4; Boy's Ensemble 3; LANCER Staff 4 
History Club 3; JA 3,4; "King and I"; "My Fair Lady" 
Talent Show 4; Freshman Wrestling. 

JERRY J. SHEELEY— ACCOLADE Staff 3,4; LANCER Staff 
4; I.U. Press Workshop 4. 
LEE A. SHELTON— Office Messenger 4. 
PATRICIA K. SHELTON— Knights Klub 2; Office Mes- 
senger 3,4. 

■ STEPHEN SHORT— Student Council 2,3; FAD 2,3; JA 4; 
Intramural Basketball 3; Freshman Football, Reserve 2; 
Freshman Wrestling. 

EDWARD SIMMONS 
MARSHA SIMS— Art Club 3,4 
School 1,2. 

PATRICIA PAULETTE SIMS— Student Council Alternate 
2,3; History Club 3,4; JA 4; Knights Klub 1; Spanish Club 
2-4, President 4; I.U. Honors Program, Mexico 3; Intra- 
mural Volleyball 1. 

■ BRENDA SISSOM— Student Council Alternate 2; 
LANCER Representative 2,3; ACCOLADE Representative 
2; Knights Klub 1,2; Talent Show 2,3; Intramural Volley- 
ball 1. 

DENISE LEIGH SLINKARD— ACCOLADE Representative 
4; History Club 1-4, Vice-president 3; JA 4; Knights 
Klub 1,2; Latin Club 1; Office Messenger 3,4; AFS Stu- 
dent Committee 3,4. 

BETH ELLEN SLOAN— National Thespians 2-4; LANCER 
Representative 1,2; ACCOLADE Representative 1; FNA 1,2; 
Office Messenger 4; Props, Make-Up Committee; Thes- 
pian Plays 2-4. 

GAYE SMITH— Student Council Alternate 1; Office Edu- 
cation Association 4. 



JA 3; Twin Lakes High 




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■ ANNE SNYDER— Talent Show 2. 

DEBBIE SNYDER— JA 3,4; Intramural Volleyball 3,4; 
Chatard High School 1,2. 

LUCI SNYDER— Treble Aires 3,4, President 4; Tri-Hi-Y 
2; Intramural Volleyball 1; Bible Club 4. 
SUE SORRELL— FNA 1; Knights Klub 1; Clinic Assis- 
tant 4; Intramural Volleyball 1,2. 



■ PAULA SPAHR— Book Club 3,4; Intramural Volleyball 
1,2; Debate Team 1,3; Photography Club 4. 

DONNA SPAULDING— Art Club 4; Speedway High 
School 1-3. 

DONNA SPILBELER— GAA 3,4; JA 4; Exploratory Teach- 
ing 4. 

VIRGINIA MAE SPINKS— History Club 4; Broad Ripple 
High School 1-3. 

■ THOMAS M. SPOO— LANCER Representative 1; ACCO- 
LADE Representative 1,2; Electronics Club 2; Talent 
Show 3,4; Intramural Basketball 1. 

MERRY SPOOLSTRA— National Honor Society 3,4; Stu- 
dent Council 3,4; Cabinet 4; Orchestra 1,2; JA 3,4; 
Knights Klub 1-4; Goldenaire 2-4, Pennants 3; "Okla- 
homa"; "Brigadoon"; "My Fair Lady"; Intramural 
Volleyball 1,3. 

TERRI SPRAY— Junior Prom Committee. 
KATHRYN ANN STERN— Knights Klub 1,2; Intramural 
Volleyball 1,2. 

■ MICHAEL G. STEVENS— LANCER Representative 1,2; 
ACCOLADE Representative 1; Letterman's Club 3,4; In- 
tramural Basketball 4; Freshman Cross Country, Reserve 
2, Freshman Track, Reserve 2, Varsity 4. 

MICHAEL WILLIAM STRONG— National Forensics League, 

First Vice-President 3; Student Council Alternate 2,3; 

Science Club 4; Intramural Basketball 2-4; Freshman 

Baseball, Reserve 2; Reserve Golf 2, Varsity 4; Debate 

Team 2-4, Captain 3. 

THOMAS R. STROUD— Freshman Baseball; Reserve 

Football 3. 

JEANNE MARIE STROUDE— Spirit Committee 4; Senior 

Constitution Committee; JA 3,4; Talent Show 3; Junior 

Prom Committee; Scecina High School 1. 



■PATRICIA J. STUTSMAN— Student Council 2-4; Senior 
Colors Committee; GAA 1-4; Knights Klub 1-4; Home- 
coming Queen Candidate 4; Jamboree Queen 4; Jun- 
ior Prom Queen Candidate; Freshman Cheerleader; 
Varsity Cheerleader 4; Goldenaire 2,3; P.E. Assistant 3,4; 
Talent Show 3,4; Powderbowl 4; Gymnastics 3,4; Intra- 
mural Volleyball 1-4. 

NANCY SURDI— Art Club 4, Stage Scenery; GAA 4; 
History Club 3; JA 4; Knights Klub 1-4. 
JEANNE SUTTON— JA 4; Knights Klub 1,2; Intramural 
Volleyball 1,2. 

NANCY SWAN— Intramural Volleyball 2; Benjamin Frank- 
lin Junior High, Springfield, Illinois 1. 



■ BARBARA TABAK— C.O.E. 4; Lawrence Central High 
School 1-3. 

CHARLES TESCHENDORF 
RAY THIESING 

DOUG THOMPSON— Student Council 2; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 3,4; Freshman Baseball, Reserve 2; Freshman 
Basketball, Reserve 2; Freshman Football, Varsity 3,4. 




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■ MARCIA JEANNE TOLLMAN— Art Club 4; York Subur- 
ban High School 1-3. 

RICHARD TOM— Chatard High School 1. 
LES TOMLINSON— JA 3,4; Latin Club 3; Fort Knox High 
School 1,2. 

CYNTHIA MARIE TRANBERG— Student Council 4; LANC- 
ER Representative 1; Art Club 1,2; Math Club 1; Red 
Cross 2,4; Spanish Club 1,2; Office Messenger 3; Intra- 
mural Volleyball 1,2. 



■ PAUL TROY— National Honor Society 4; Student 
Council 3, Alternate 2,3; Spirit Committee 4; NHS 
King 4; Bowling League 3; Intramural Basketball 2-4; 
Freshman Basketball; Varsity Golf 3,4. 
TINA TUBBS— Knights Klub 1; Office Messenger4. 
SANDI TUXHORN— ACCOLADE Representative 3; Senior 
Constitution Committee; JA 3,4; Knights Klub 1,2; In- 
tramural Volleyball 1. 
TERRI TWACHTMANIX— Art Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1. 



■ STEPHEN TYRA— Intramural Basketball 1; Freshman 
Football. 

LINDA UBERTA— National Honor Society 4; Knights 
Klub 3; Ladywood High School 1,2. 

KAREN UNGER— ACCOLADE Staff 4; Health Careers 
Club 4; JA 4; Knights Klub 1,2; Latin Club 1; Clinic 
Assistant 4; Intramural Volleyball 2; Red Cross Repre- 
sentative 3,4. 

ANN UPSON— Socratic Club 3; Classen High School, 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 1; Shortridge High School 2. 



■ MICHELLE JEAN VAUGHAN— National Honor Society 
4; National Thespians 3,4; Quill and Scroll 4; LANCER 
Staff 3,4; FTA 3; History Club 3,4; Math Club 3,4; P.E. 
Assistant 3; "Christmas Miser"; ROTC Sponsor 4; 
I.J.H.S. Workshop 4; Broad Ripple High School 1,2. 
VICKI VERNIER— Scecina High School 1. 
CARL VIERS— Shortridge High School 1. 
GORDON E. VOGEL 



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■ LINDA THOMPSON-*-LANCER Representative 3; 

ACCOLADE Representative 4; Art Club 4; JA 4; Spanish 

Club 3. 

WILLIAM THOMPSON— Office Messenger 4; Intramural 

Basketball 4. 

JEAN THORPE— National Honor Society 4. 

JOAN THORPE 



■ WILMA J. TICHY— Washington High School, Washing- 
ton, Indiana. 

KATHLEEN A. TINDALL— JA 4; Knights Klub 1; Red Cross 
1; Socratics Ciub 3; Spanish Club 1-4; Intramural Volley- 
ball 1,2. 

GARY TISCHER— German Club 2; JA 4; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 4; Reserve Basketball 2. 

CINDY TODD— National Honor Society 3,4; FTA 1; JA 
4; Science 2,3; Girl's State Alternate 3; "King and I"; 
"My Fair Lady"; Piano Accompanist 2-4. 




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Seniors 

■ DEBORAH C. VON WILLER— Concert Choir 4; Office 
Messenger 3; "My Fair Lady." 

TIMOTHY F. WALLACE— Spirit Committee 4; LANCER 
Representative 1; ACCOLADE Representative 1,2; JA 
3,4; Letterman's Club 4; Red Cross 1; Varsity Football 
3,4; Track 4. 

ANNE WALLER— National Honor Society 3,4; Student 
Council 2; Spirit Committee 4; LANCER Representative 
3; GAA 2; Knights Klub 1-4; Goldenaire 1-4, Co-Captain 
4; P.E. Assistant 3,4; Talent Show 4; Intramural Volley- 
ball 1-4; Pennants 2-4; Color Guard 4; Powderbowl 4; 
Fashion Board 4. 

STEPHEN G. WALTON— Concert Band 2-4; Marching 
Band 2-4; Pep Band 4; JA 2-4; Auditorium Technician 1-4. 



■ PRESTON WARD— A.V. Assistant 3,4. 

DOUG WASNIDGE— Chess Club 2; Library Assistant 3; 

Bowling League 4; Intramural Basketball 1; ROTC 3,4; 

Student Safety Council 1. 

ALONZO WATFORD— Talent Show 4; Letterman's Club 

4; Varsity Wrestling 4; Shortridge High School 1,2. 

KENNETH WATSON— Chess Club 3. 



■ MICHAEL WATSON 

RALPH WEBER— National Honor Society 4; National 
Thespians 3,4; ACCOLADE Staff 4; Auditorium Techni- 
cians 1-4; A.V. Assistant 1-4. 

MARY BETH WELCH— LANCER Representative 2; AC- 
COLADE Representative 2; History Club 1; Knights Klub 
1; Latin Club 1. 

DENISE A. WELLS— Red Cross Club 4; Chatard High 
School 1,2. 



■ RICHARD H. WENZEL— National Thespians 3,4; Con- 
cert Choir 3,4; Chess Club 2,4; JA 3,4; Math Club 3; 
Science 4; "The King and I"; "Androcles and the Lion"; 
Freshman Tennis, Reserve 2; Freshman Wrestling; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee; Socratics Club 3. 
PHILLIP L. WESNER— JA4; ROTC 3. 

JELAINE S. WEST— LANCER Representative 1; Red Cross 
Clubl. 

RICK WHALLON— Freshman Wrestling; Chatard High 
School 1. 



■ RUSSELL WHANN— FAD 4; Freshman Football, Re- 
serve 2, Varsity 3,4; Reserve Wrestling. 
CAROL A. WHITE— Coloma High School 1. 
DEBBIE WIERSMA— Student Council 3; Alternate 2,4; 
GAA 1-4, President 4; P.E. Assistant 3,4; Talent Show 
3,4; Gymnastics 2-4; Intramural Volleyball 1-4. 
MARY L WILFONG— Treble Aires 4; A.V. Assistant 4. 



■ KAREN WILKES— National Honor Society 3,4; Student 
Council 1; Alternate 2,3; Treble Aires 3,4; French Club 
1; History Club 1-3; JA 3; Spanish Club 4; AFS Ex- 
change Student, Brazil 4; ROTC Sponsor 3,4; AFS 
Representative 4; AFS Committee 3. 
DOUG WILKINS 

JEANNETTE M. WILKINS— Office Messenger 2; Chatard 
High School 1. 

WILLIAM WILLETS— Student Council 2, Alternate 1; JA 
4; Letterman's Club 1-4; Freshman Baseball 1, Reserve 
2; Varsity Wrestling 1-4. 




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■ BARBARA SUZANNE WILLIAMS 

STEVE WILLIAMS 

VICKIE WILLIAMS 

HOLLY SUE WILLMAN— Concert Band 3,4; Book Club 

3; FTA 1,2; Knights Klub 1,2; Library Assistant 1-3. 



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■ BILL WILSON 

DAVE WILSON— Student Council 1; Intramural Basket- 
ball 3,4; Reserve Baseball 2,3, Varsity 4; Freshman 
Basketball. 

GEORGE E. WILSON 

MARY L. WILSON— LANCER Staff 4; LANCER Repre- 
sentative 1; P.E. Assistant 2; Powderbowl 4. 



■ REGIS WILSON 

ROBERT A. WILSON— LANCER Staff 4; 

sentative 3; Office Messenger 2. 

RUTH WILSON 

VICKI WILSON 



LANCER Repre- 



■ CRAIG WINN— National Honor Society 3,4, Vice- 
president 4; Student Council 3,4, Cabinet 4; Spirit Com- 
mittee 3,4; Senior Class President; Senior Colors 
Committee; Senior Constitution Committee; Math Club 
2; I.U. Leadership Institute 3; NHS King Candidate; 
Talent Show 4; Intramural Basketball 3,4; Freshman Ten- 
nis, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4; Freshman Wrestling. 

PATTY WITTHOFT— Student Council 2,4, Alternate 1,3; 
GAA 1-3; JA 4; Knights Klub 1-3; Junior Prom Queen; 
Freshman Cheerleader; Talent Show 3,4; Intramural Vol- 
leyball 3,4; Office Education Association 4; Powderbowl 4. 
GREG WOLF— Letterman's Club 2-4, Treasurer 4; 
Freshman Basketball, Reserve 2,3; Freshman Football; 
Freshman Track, Varsity 2-4; Intramural Basketball 4. 
MEG WOODS — National Forensics League 1-4, Presi- 
dent 3; National Honor Society 3,4, Secretary 4; Nation- 
al Thespians 2-4; LANCER Staff 2,3; Concert Band 2-4; 
Marching Band 1; FTA 1; History Club 1,2, Librarian 2; 
Knights Klub 1; Girl's State 3; NHS Queen Candidate 
4; Reserve Cheerleader 2, Varsity 3,4; "Brigadoon"; 
"King and I"; "My Fair Lady"; "Miracle Worker"; 
Intramural Volleyball 1. 

■ LYNN WOOLS— JA 3,4; Red Cross Club 1; AFS Repre- 
sentative 2. 

HERMAN YOUNG— Student Council Alternate 3; Chess 
Club 4; Electronics Club 4; ROTC 3,4; Rifle Team 3,4. 
JACKIE YOUNG 
STEVE YOUNG 

■ SUE LYNN YOUNG— Senior Colors Committee; GAA 
1-3, Vice-president 3; JA 2; Knights Klub 1,2; Girl's 
State 3; Goldenaire 2-4, Pennants 4, Color Guard 3; Tal- 
ent Show 4; Intramural Volleyball 2-4; Powderbowl. 
JAMES D. ZARTMAN— Letterman's Club 2-4; Fresh- 
man Cross Country, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4; Freshman 
Track, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4. 

JENNY ZIEGLER— Spirit Committee 4; JA 4; Knights 
Klub 1-3; Red Cross Club 1,2; Talent Show 3,4; Powder- 
bowl 4. 

TERRY ZIMPLEMAN— Letterman's Club 3,4; Freshman 
Baseball, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4; Freshman Basketball, 
Reserve 2, Varsity 3; Intramural Basketball 4. 




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"A Time For Us" . . . The Royal Court reigning over the Junior Prom 
activities were Pat Stutsman, Robyn Chamness, Patty Witthoft — queen, 



Amy Brown, Karen Jeffries, Jim Hutcherson, Bob Meara, Mark 
McAlister, Marc Boucher — king, and Randy Haines. 



Camera-Shy Seniors 



1968Grads 



RICHARD AARON— Broad Ripple High School 1,2; North Central 

High School 3. 

RONALD BAKER— Varsity Baseball 4. 

DALLAS KURT BARNES 

PETER CARSON 

BRENDA CHOATE 

HOLLY CLAPPER— Lena High School, Lena, Wisconsin 1-3. 

BRAD CONNERLY 

MIKE COYLE 

TANIA DORAN— Art Club 4; Book Club 4; French Club 3. 

MAUREEN EVANS 

BARBARA GLENN 

PATRICIA HALL— Student Council Alternate 3; LANCER Staff 3; 

ACCOLADE Representative 3; Knights Klub 1. 

RICK HALL 

DAVID HAWK— A.V. Assistant 1,2; ROTC 3,4, Drill Team 3,4. 

KENNETH HEADY 

DAVE IMEL 

NELLIE JONES 

JANETTE KERNS 

ANITA LESLIE 

LINDA LOBB 

MIKE C. LONGEST— Tech High School 1,2. 

COEBURN McDANIELS— Tech High School 1. 

PATRICIA McNEELY 

THOMAS MILLER 

DAVE MOORE— P.E. Assistant 3,4; ROTC 3,4; Varsity Drill Team 3,4. 

STEVE NICEWANGER 

SHARON PATTERSON 

LUCRETIA ANN PAYNE 

FRANK ROHRER— Talent Show 4. 

DANIEL ROSS— Concert Choir 4; Boy's Ensemble 3; Science Club 1. 

VICKIE SCHMIDT 

MIKE B. TEWNEY— JA 4; A.V. Assistant 3,4; Varsity Baseball 4. 

MARY VILLARREAL— Spanish Club 2,3; Intramural Volleyball 1. 

MAURICE WEBB 

MARK WINTERS 




PENNY WHITE 



JOHN DUGAN 



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Juniors push for 'seniority' positions, 

trigger spirit 

through yells 





"Don't be shy", Junior Andy McDaniels 
teases junior Valerie Smith as both display 
talent in the annual Talent Show. 



Posing for his last underclass picture, junior 
Ron Miller appreciates help of senior Becky 
Bultman, Accolade staff member. 



As the Class of '70 joined the 
ranks of upperclassmen, spirited 
juniors set new traditions. 

Juniors led all classes academical- 
ly, and dominated by 41 per cent, 
the Court of Honor. They studied 
the properties of matter in chemis- 
try, interpreted the Constitution in 
U.S. History classes, and tackled 
the theories of advanced mathema- 
tics. College counseling began for 
students interested in pursuing spe- 
cialized careers. 

Junior girls donned black and 
gold jerseys and challenged the 
senior girls to the first annual "pow- 
der bowl." Maintaining their repu- 
tation as "the most spirited class," 
juniors played an active part in sup- 
porting their school. 

The junior prom highlighted the 
year as the class of '70 anticipated 
next year's senior status. 




"Knights have got the power," "Sock it to 'em Knights," and "Knights 
can't be beat" are chants familiar to an enthusiastic junior class. Their 



floats revealed many hours of toil and dedication for the Homecoming 
festivities. 



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Juniors 



Bill Abbott, Mark Abraham, 
Linda Adams, Terry Adams, 
Viki Alexakos, Don Allen, Gary 
Allen, Kenneth Allen. 



Linda Allen, Phil Allen, Dar- 
lene Alonzo, Bob Altman, 
Mike Ammerman, Bill An- 
thony, Laura Arnao, Gregory 
Arnold. 



Kathy Atkinson, Anita Atz, 
Martha Atz, Carol Auch, Susie 
Ault, Doug Babb, Candy Bader, 
Diana Bailey. 



Janet Bailey, Paul Bailey, Chris 
Baker, Dennis Baker, Tony 
Baldwin, Stan Bales, Frank 
Barbour, Terri Barnes. 



Willard Barnett, Mary Barrett, 
John Bascom, Trudy Baugh, 
Deborah Beagle, Anne Beall, 
Bonnie Beaman, Andrea Beas- 

ley. 



Lenard Beasley, Mark Beasley, 
Ernie Beaty, Steve Bell, Tom 
Bell, Roger Bender, Terry Ben- 
nett, Bernie Berry. 



Steve Betras, Voldomiro J. 
Bilecky, Deborah Bow, Don 
Bowling, Robert Bowser, Bar- 
bara Boyd, Gayle Boyd, Karen 
Boyd. 



Dawn Brandenstein, Charles 
Brandt, Kathy Brandt, Randy 
Brinegar, Cheryl Brodhecker, 
John Brolin, Carolyn Brown, 
Christine Brown. 



Dennis Brown, Vera Brown, 
William Browning, Angie Brun- 
ner, Charlotte Bujarsky, Janice 
Bunning, Tom Burns, Tom 
Burleson. 



David Burris, Freddie Burrus, 
Jerry Burrus, Diana Butche, 
Cathy Butcher, Janet Byers, 
Debbie Caldwell, Gary Camp- 
bell. 




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Class of 70 



Chris Campbell, Tim Carr, Jim 
Carlson, Linda Carlton, Dale 
Carney, Lydia Carney, Nevin 
Carpenter, Charlotte Carrier. 



Jeannie Carter, Sue Cartwright, 
Norbert Cassidy, Chuck E. 
Cave, Yao-Ling Chang, Gordon 
Chase, Teri Cheak, William 
Cherry. 



Marie Childs, Skip Choate, 
Stephen Christian, Cathy 
Clark, Janet Clark, Diane Clod- 
felter, Glenn Clymer, Libby 
Cochran. 



Linda Cochran, Bill Coffey, 
Garry Cole. 



Charles A. Coleman, Steve 
Colson, Paul Conder. 



Chris Conlin, Mike Conners, 
Carolyn Ann Cook. 



Vying for the title of "winner," 
juniors strive for an original 
entry. 



Steve Coop, Dan Cooper, Phil 
Corron. 



Steven Cotts, Kathy Coulter, 
Don Counts, Ron Coutts, Be- 
verly Craig, Lynn Craig, Ma- 
linda Craycraft, Debbie Creech^ 



Carole Critchlow, Debbie 
Cromwell, Rick Crosson, 
Michael A. Crouse, Mark 
Crowe, Marty Crump, Michael 
Crute, Ronny Curran. 



Frank Curry, Gene Damron, 
Marilynn Daniel, Steven Dar- 
by, Stephen Daub, Lynne 
Daugherty, Gary Davidson, Di- 
ane Davis. 



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Juniors 



Stepping high, junior Debbie 
Wilson adds zest and sparkle 
to half-time performances. 



Gordon Davis, Kathy Davis, 
David Dawson, Jim DeCamp, 
Gale DeHaven. 



Pam Denney, Becky Deputy, 
Mary DeWitte, Paul DeWitte, 
John DeWitz. 



Kathy Dickey, Conne Dickson, 
Kurt Dietz, Darnell Dixon, 
Sherry Doig. 



Lewis Dotterer, Darryl Dough- 
erty, Randy Drake, Steve 
Draughon, Bill Duclus. 



Paul Ecklund, Jacki Edwards, 
Ed Elliott, Stephen Eltzroth, 
Carol Emery. 



Cheryl England, Debbie Evans, 
Lucinda Exline, Mary Fair, Roy 
Fairbanks. 



Duffy Faulconer, Bill Favors, 
Celeste Federle, Bill Fontaine, 
Debbie Felkins, Gwen Fergu- 
son, Michael Ferguson, Joe 
Ferraro. 



Denise Fields, Stephen Fields, 
Debbie Fitt, Debbie Fitzgerald, 
Paul Flockhart, Gary Ford, 
Steve Fralish, Dave Frederick. 



David Freeman, Teena Furga- 
son, Henry Gaffin, Jim Gaier, 
Patti Garrett, Mick Garwood, 
Karen Geddes, Philip Gelston. 



Phil Gemmer, Joe Geracie, 
Steve Gerde, Sharon Gibson, 
Sherry Gibson, Michael Glan- 
cy, Gloria Goodson, Juanita 
Gorman. 




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Class of 70 



Arlingtonites mingle with 
their friends as they swarm on- 
to crowded buses. 



Greg Gorogiani, Howard 
Graves, Gary Gray. 



Kenneth Gray, Norma Green, 
Jerry Green. 



Doug Greeson, Madonna Grif- 
fey, Bob Griffin. 



Patty Griffin, Rick Griggs, 
Kathy Grinslade. 



Debbie Haehl, Michael Haem- 
merle, Guy Hagen, Mary Ha- 
gen, John Hall, Christine Hal- 
ter, Kathy Hammer, Patty 
Hammond. 



Greg Handy, Marene Hanson, 
Treendia Haralson, Anne Har- 
ding, Debby Harris, Fred Hart, 
Julie Hart, Ronnie Hathaway. 



Jan Hawkersmith, David Haw- 
kins, Lester Heady, Rudyard 
Heady, Gale Heckman, Curtis 
Helm, Daniel Helton, Kenneth 
Hensley. 



Ellen Herman, Jackie Herndon, 
Peggy Herrmann, Mark Hew- 
itt, Roger Hignite, Bobbe 
Hill,- Catherine Hill, Karl 
Hinkle. 



Dean Hinshaw, Paul Hofmeis- 
ter, Dave Hoggatt, Linda Hoke, 
Bob Holland, Jill Holmes, 
Chris Horton, Debbie Hotka. 



Jacquelyn Howard, Bruce 
Howe, Bradly Hubler, Gary 
Hunt, Kim Hurst, Tudy Hutch- 
erson, Cathy Huntsinger, Bruce 
Ikawa. 



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Juniors 



Margie Irwin, Genia Isenhow- 
er, Diane Jackson, Rob Jack- 
son, Lizabeth Jakovac, Margie 
Jaquess, Scott Jeffries, Greg 
Jennings. 



Valerie Jennings, Jeanne Jen- 
sen, Phyllis Jessup, Arnice 
Johnson, Debbie Johnson, Ed- 
na Johnson, Fred Johnson, 
Colleen Jones. 



Mary Jones, Patrick Jones, 
Phyllis Jones, Nathan Jorgen- 
sen, Steve Kaiser, Kathy Kalo- 
yanides, Dale Kappus, Steve 
Kehrer. 



Bruce Kelley, Rick Kendall, 
Karen Kennedy, Robert Ken- 
nedy, Mike Kenrick, Darrel 
Kerr, Ed Kersage, Jim Key. 



Beverly Kidwell, Elizabeth Kid- 
well, Gesila Kinder, Tom King, 
Dennis Kingery, Patty Kings- 
ton, David Kinnick, Vicki Kin- 
sey. 



Jerry Kisselman, Carol Klein, 
Tom Klier, Bobbi Kline, Sue 
Knight. 



Barbara Kouwe, Jeff Krienik, 
Vanessa Kyle, Pam Lacy, Doro- 
thy La Fara. 



Gary Lamczik, Jack Landy, 
Mary Jo Landy, Danny Lane, 
Beth Longan. 



James Langsford, William Lan- 
teigne, Gary LaPrees, Bob Lap- 
pas, Craig Larsh. 



Cliff Lathrop, Dan Lawhorn, 
Memory Lawhorn, Anne Law- 
rence, Bob Layton. 



Campaigning for the ACCO- 
LADE, junior Mike Pence 
jumps on the Arlington band- 
wagon. 





Class of 70 



Sounding off, the Marching 
Band adds dash to pre-game 
entertainment. 

Steven Leachman, Bill Led- 
gerwood. 



Rebecca Lee, Sheryl Lee. 



Debbie LeFeber, Michele 
Leonard. 



Norman Leonard, Vicky Leon- 
ard. 



Zoa Leslie, Steve Lette, Jack 
Lewillen, Kathy Lewis, Mike 
Lewis, Sandy Likens, Tom 
Linn, James Long. 



Cindy Loomis, Beth Loveless, 
Bruce Lowe, Richard Lowe, Jan 
Lutey, Lynda Lynch, Bob Maas, 
Joyce MacDonald. 



Scott McPherson, Chuck Mad- 
dinger, Marilyn Maddux, Jan- 
ice Marker, David Martin, Car- 
ol Marquart, Joe Markland, 
Rick Marshall. 



Barbara Martin, Carla Martin, 
John Massel, Lennie Massin- 
gale, John Mathews, Mihoko 
Mathews, Miles Matthews, 
Debbie Maxon. 



Craig May, Roger Mayhood, 
Robert McArty, Kenneth Mc- 
Cane, Steve McClure, Kevin 
McConnell, Gary McCreary, 
Norita McCulloch. 



Coeburn McDaniel, Andre- 
nese McDaniels, Daniel Mc- 
Dermott, Denis McDuff, Paul 
McFadden, Rena McGee, 
Mike McCill, David McGuire. 



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Juniors 



Debbie McMahon, Paul Mc- 
Michael, Mary McPherson, 
Patricia McPherson, Tom 
Meara, Linda Meko, Nancy 
Meek, Barb Melcher. 



Jayne Merriman, Jim Messer- 
smith, Kenneth Messick, Dar- 
ryl Meyer, Mark Meyer, Moni- 
ca Meyers, Linda Milam, Steve 
Milam. 



Cayl Miller, Glenda Miller, 
Richard Miller, Ron Miller, 
Susan Miller, Sandy Miller, 
Robert Milliser, Mark Mitchell. 



Arlene Mithoefer, Daphne 
Montgomery, Karen Sue 
Montgomery, Todd Moore, 
Donna Morris, John Morris, 
Mike Mummey, Camille 
Murray. 



Jerry Murrell, Gary Muse, Mar- 
gie Muse, Gloria Myricks, Lin- 
da Neidlinger, Sherry New- 
house, Terri Noe, Sandi Norris. 



Valerie Norris, Patty O'Brien, 
Tim O'Dell, Ruth Oelschlager, 
Mike Okey, Nancy Olson, 
Gary Orr, Gregory Owens. 



Larry Page, Russ Palma, Law- 
rjence Palmer. 



Joann Pappas, Mary Pappas, 
Steve Parrish. 



Christine Parsley, Dave Pars- 
ley, Jan Partenheimer. 



Valerie Patterson, Shirley Pat- 
ton, Joann Payne. 



Booming with school spirit, 
the Arlington Pep Band sparks 
Knights with zeal. 




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Class of '70 



Mike Pearcy, Mike Pence, Nan 
Peril, Laurie Peterson, Arman- 
do Perez, Amy Pheasant, Bev- 
erly Phelps, Robert Phelps. 



Cindy Phillips, Dane Phillips, 
Elaine Phillips, Gary Pickering, 
Richard Picklesimer, Debbie 
Pierce, Nancy Pike, Brenda 
Ping. 



Tom Pollock, Ronnie Polster, 
Anita Poole, William Portilla, 
John Potts, Kathy Price, Cathy 
Prickett, Fred Propes. 



Ellen Purdy, Harold Qualkin- 
bush, Tom Quigley, Bill Quil- 
lin, Paula Quinn, Donna Quin- 
nett, Ivars Rage, Gary Ramage. 



Ron Rathert, Linda Rawlings, 
Mike Rawlinson, Gary Ray, 
Carol Raymer, Charles Ray- 
mont, Mike Reap, Mark Reek- 
ley. 



Janie Redmond, Kathy Reed, 
Michael Reed, Jim Rees, Engra 
Reid, Marcia Reider, Barbara 
Reidy, Steven Reidy. 



Milton Rein, Joey Reinhardt, 
Warren Reinhardt. 



Betsy Reyburn, Deborah Rhea, 
Gwendolyn Rhea. 



Char Rhim, Keith Rhodes, Ter- 
ri Rhodes. 



Dennis Rhyne, Don Rice, Rob- 
bie Rice. 



In a riot of motion and color 
the Goldenaire performances 
add glitter to every game. 



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Juniors 



Adding zest to a parade in a 
soldierly fashion, Knights 
march in cadence. 



Lynn Richeson, Charles Richey, 
Tammy Richey. 



John Ricketts, Karen Ridge, 
Connie Riding. 



Cliff Rigsbee, Jane Rigsbee, 
Bob Riley. 

Gayl Roberson, David Roberts, 
Donna Roberts. 



Teresa Roberts, Annette Ro- 
bertson, Steve Robertson, 
Roger Robinson, Barbara Ro- 
gers, Craig Roller, linda Ro- 
senquist, Donna Ross. 



John Ross, Lasondra Ross, 
Casey Rotzien, Janet Routh, 
Kathy Routt, Kathy Royalty, 
Jean Rumrill, Merle Safford. 



Barbara Saillant, Marcia Sakri- 
son, Becky Salter, Pam Sapp, 
Dale Sawin, Debbie Sayles, 
Terry Schaefer, Sandee Schloot. 



Sue Schnarr, Dave Schneider, 
Janet Schofield, Steve Schom- 
berg, Sandy Scobee, John 
Scott, Paul Scott, Steve Scott. 



Jim Seamon, Mike Seamon, 
Frances Settle, Marcy Seybold, 
Bonnie Shadday, Darla Shad- 
rick, Wayne Sharp, Cindy 
Shelton. 



Marty Shumate, Bill Shure, 
JoAnn Shockley, Joan Sibley, 
Edward Simmons, Jon Sipole, 
Kelly Slocum, Cathy Smith. 




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Class of 70 



Searching for a new answer, 
junior Susan Auk channels 
her thoughts to a problem. 

Gladys Smith, Mark Smith, 
Rebecca Smith, Charles Wil- 
liam Smith. 



Valerie Smith, Debbie Smoot, 
Tim Snelson, Katie Snyder. 



Dave Sommerville, Don R. 
Sorrell, Dave Southgate, 
George Southworth. 



Bobbie Spann, Barbara Spies, 
Ken Spoon, Cindy Spradling. 



Diana Spurlock, Saralyn Stal- 
cup, Barb Stephenson, Michael 
Stern. 



Cathy Stewart, Ron Stocking, 
Edith Storer, Mona Stott, Pat 
Stranahan, Chuck Strother, 
Vicki Stuckey, Karen Sumter. 



Dale Swain, Ed Sylvester, Bill 
Taylor, David Taylor, Karen 
Taylor, Steve Taylor, Dan Teat- 
er, Mark Teepe. 



Doug Terry, Charmaine Tesh- 
endorf, Valita Teschendorf, 
Deborah Thomas, Helen 
Thomas, Joyce Thompson, 
Richard Thompson, Sandra 
Thompson. 



Jim Thrasher, Barbara Tipton, 
Marsha Todd, Susan Tonnis, 
Linda Trotter, Larry Tumey, 
Julia Tyler, Robert Uebelhack. 



Linda Updike, Joy Upson, Phil 
Utigard, Denise Vance, Van 
Vandivier, Vicki Van Duren, 
Bobbie Van Sickle, Pete Van 
Spronsen. 



186 



Juniors 



Bill Verrill, Robert Vickers, Pat- 
ty Villars, Anita Vitolins, Gor- 
don Vogel, Lade Wade, Alan 
Wagner, Steve Walden. 



Ray Wallace, Joyce Walker, 
Richard Wallsmith, Evelyn 
Warfel, Bob Watkins, Mike 
Watts, Scott Webb, Bob Wells. 



Randy Wells, Stan Welton, 
Carl Wencke, Steve Werner, 
Dan Wesner, Dan West, Rhon- 
da West, Roger West. 



Jo Weston, Steve Wheeler, Ken 
Whisman, Kim White, Lloyd 
White, Terri White, Roger 
Wickers, Kate Wichser. 



Vicky Wilkes, Ama Wilkins, 
Gwendolyn Wilkins, Philip 
Wilkins, Carl Williams, Mari- 
etta Williams, Pearlie Wil- 
liams, Steve Williams. 



James Willis, Damon Wilson, 
Debbie Wilson, Diana Wilson, 
Pat Wilson, Regis Wilson, 
Karen Winters, Ed Wolf. 



Frank Wolf, Susie Wood, Laura 
Woods. 



Janet Woodruff, Jim Wortman, 
Darla Worton. 



Kevin Yager, Linda Yant, Jeff- 
rey Young. 



Rex Zenor, Tom Zentz, Mar- 
garet Zimmerman. 



Getting a sneak preview of the 
LANCER, Dan "Doolittle" Lane 
reads his "reviews." 




187 



Beanies burned, sophomores challenge 

upperclass 
distinctions 




Hand in air, Sophomore Bruce Hubbard shouts "Here come da judge" as he joins the march- 
ing band for an evening performance at the final football game of the season. 



Cries of "yell it out sophomores" 
filled the gym as second year 
Knights distinguished themselves 
from the frosh. 

Involvement in school activities 
showed sophomore eagerness to 
achieve. Featured at basketball 
games, Don Jones displayed his abil- 
ity and talent in gymnastics. Sopho- 
more athletes bolstered reserve 
teams in preparation for varsity 
squads. 

Dissecting worms and frogs, soph- 
omores discovered that a way to 
observe living organisms was 
through biology. Varying their 
mathematical skills, sophomores en- 
rolled in geometry class as a prep- 
aration for college. 

With the close of the second year, 
members of the Class of 71 re- 
ceived their class rings and began 
the wait for "upperclassmanship." 




Striving for the skills of a master craftsman, 
Rob Wilkes sands a wood project. 



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Sophomores 



Kathy Allen, Vicki Altom, John 
Anderson, Kathy Anderson, 
Pauletta Anderson, Sherry An- 
derson, Susi Andres, Paula 
Angrick. 



Susan Atchison, Nancy Bailey, 
Pam Bailey Tom Baldwin, De- 
nise Ball, Tony Banks, Michele 
Barbee, Roseanna Barnes. 



Sandy Barnes, Walter Barnes, 
Mary Barngrover, William 
Barnhart, Susan Baron. 



Linda Bartley, Terry Barth, 
Jayne Baskett, Patty Bast, Jenni- 
fer Baugh. 



Dianne Baxter, Bonnie Beau- 
mont, Tom Beavers, Cathy 
Beeler, Debbie Bennett. 



John Bennett, Joseph Bennett, 
Linda Berger, Monica Ber- 
nett, Phil Binder. 



Marilyn Bishop, Mark Bishop, 
Jerry Bivens, Cherryl Black, 
James Edw. Black. 



Broken waterpipes in the mu- 
sic corridor sent pupils search- 
ing for higher ground. 



Gary Blackburn, Jeff Boak, 
Steven Boese, Patricia Boone, 
Terri Booi, Pamela Booth, Betty 
Bouye, Michael Boyd. 



Norman Brandenstein, Mike 
Brewer, Lloyd Bridges, Ted 
Brill, Steve Britton, Jeri Brolin, 
Edwin Brooks, Mary Brown. 



Denny Brown, Jan Brown, 
Mary Brown, Brenda Brown- 
ing, Beth Brummett, Devise 
Bruton, Kervill Bruton, Steve 
Bryan. 




189 



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Class of 71 



Thwarting wintry winds, Co/- 
denaires prepare for the Vete- 
ran's Parade. 



Lavern Bryant, Jean Buchanan. 



Ardie Bucher, Diane Buenger. 



Pat Bunning, Ricky Burk- 
holder. 



Shari Burnett, Vicki Burnett. 



Brenda Burp, Dave Burton, 
Charles Butche, Frankie Butler, 
Marty Byers, Tom Byers, Joan 
Camp, Sally Capp. 



David Carder, Cheryl Card- 
well, Denny Carlson, Kathy 
Caron, Bill Carr, Donna Car- 
rier, Cathy Carter, Kris Carter. 



Linda Carter, Rick Carter, San- 
dy Cashman, Pamela Cassedy, 
Pat Cassidy, Louis Cavanaugh, 
Su Cavey, Bob Chamness. 



Tom Charleston, Joanna 
Cheatham, Janice Cherpas, 
John Choate, Sue Christiansen, 
Terry Christianson, Ann 
Christie, Becky Clark. 



Christy Clark, Cindy Clark, 
James Clark, Janet Clark, Nyla 
Clark, Steve Click, Joanie 
Cline, Chris Coder. 



Janell Coe, Lydia Collins, Pat 
Conder, Diane Cones, Michael 
Coniglen, Sherry Connell, 
Kathryn Cook, Cliff Cooney. 



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Sophomores 



Richard Cotton, Leroy Couch, 
Vicki Corbett, Bill Cox, Steve 
Craig, Donna Crawford, Mary 
Crawford, Dana Crawley. 



DeAnna Crawley, Steven 
Crawley, Cindy Crisci, Peggy 
Crisp, Nancy Crowe, Danny 
Coyle, Jerry Daniel, John Dani- 
luck. 



Jim Darling, Melani Darrell, 
Beatrice Davis, Debbie Davis, 
Grant Davis, Jared Davis, Randy 
Davis, Thomas Davis. 



Charlotte Davison, Marty Day, 
Larry Dimick, Lanelle Dixon, 
Michelle Dixon, Donita Dono- 
van, Betsey Doran, William 
Downey. 



David Dransfield, Terry Drikut, 
Sara Dunbar, Jerry Dunphy, 
Larry Dunphy, Barbara Dye, 
Kim Dyer, John Eckel. 



Dave Edmonds, Bill Edney, 
Susan Edwards. 



Tom Edwards, Kathy Egenes, 
Louise Ehrenwald. 



Terri Eldridge, Donna Eleson, 
Heidi Embach. 



Tony English, Tim Ernest, Ja- 
nine Everly. 



Mark Everman, Michael Far- 
ner, John Ferguson. 



Sophomore Jerry Eidson sug- 
gests a social activity to class- 
mate Susan Wheeler. 





Class of 71 



Cecelie Field, Michael Fields, 
Don Fillion, Kenneth Finn, 
Diane Fitzgerald, Skip Fisher, 
Charlene Forbes, Sherry Ford. 



Debbie Fontaine, Dennis 
Franklin, Charlie French, Mi- 
chael French, Juleen Frisbie, 
Gary Fry, Wayne Fuson, Joyce 
Gabbert. 



Sharon Gale, Dwight Gaines, 
Judy Garnett. 



Joy Garrison, Jan Gehris, Dave 
Gerber. 



Carol Gierke, Sarah Gildea, 
David Gloe. 



Jerry Glass, Barbara Gootee, 
Dennis Gordon. 



Sophomores joined in the 
salute to senior football play- 
ers who wore jerseys. 



Rick Gordon, Rick Gorsline, 
Bob Graeber, Pam Gratter, 
Sadie Green, Becky Greer, 
Faye Grigsby, Steve Grimes. 



Debbie Gruzinsky, Kim Had- 
ley, Greg Hagen, Mike Hagen, 
Debbie Haines, Chad Hall, 
Jerry Hall, Katie Hall. 



Pam Hancock, Nancy Handy, 
Rick Hanes, Stephen Hankins, 
Christopher Harber, Beverly 
Ann Hardy, Larry Harlson, 
Laura Harmas. 



Randall Harner, Marcia Harp, 
Deborah Harrington, Archie 
Harris, Wanda Harris, Ed Hart, 
Judy Hartley, Linda Harvey. 



192 



Sophomores 



Larry Hatfield, John Hathaway, 
Dennis Healy, Ruby Hensley, 
Jim Heimroth, Bob Helm, Ty- 
rone Henry, Patty Hensley. 



Linda Hepler, Raymond Hig- 
genbottom, Charles Hill, 
Theresa Hill, Mary Hinds, Dick 
Hobson, Gary Hobson, Ho- 
ward Holifield. 



Jack Hollingsworth, Darryl 
Holmes, Pat Holmes, William 
Holsapple, Cynthia Hopper, 
Larney Horstman, Eileen Hos- 
kins, Don Howard. 



Gary Howenstein, Bruce Hub- 
bard, Carol Hughes, Lenny 
Hunter, Carol Hoser, George 
Hutchison, Steve Hyde, Becky 
Imel. 



Jon Imel, James Ingram, Leslie 
Irons, Audrey Irving, Kathy 
Jackson, Joe Jacobs, Lynn Ja- 
cobs, Kimball Jeter. 



Karen Johannessen, Deborah 
Johnson, Eleen Johnson. 



Eva Johnson, Jack Johnson, 
Laura Johnson. 



Rick Johnson, Elaine Johnston, 
Don Jones. 



Larry Jones, Nancy Jones, Rick 
Jones. 



Steve Jones, Tom Jones, Jeff 
Johnson. 



Under Mrs. Zonda Montgom- 
ery's direction, glee clubs prac- 
tice vocal arrangements. 




193 




Class of 71 



Norman Brandenstein waltzes 
with Merry Spoolstra in a 
scene from "My Fair Lady." 



Lacy Johnson, Terry Johnson, 
Dave Johnston, Nancy Jorgen- 
sen, Maureen Jung, Glenda 
Justice. 



Debbie Justus, Sandy Kapps, 
Candy Kantor, Mary Kay Kel- 
lerhals, Karrol Kelly, Patti 
Kendall, Vickie Kendall, 
Michael Kennedy. 



Virginia Kennedy, Gary Kest- 
ner, Lolita Kidwell, Clifford 
King, Nancy King, Richard 
King, Richard Kinnaman, Inge 
Kirchner. 



Diana Klennert, Tom Knipe, 
Kathy Koerber, Katie Koers, 
Steve Konchinsky, Nancy 
Krachenfels, Don Kraege, 
Bob Kraucunas. 



Jeannine Kreider, Mike 
Krienik, Sheryl Kuhlman, 
Shelly Lancaster, Jack Lane, 
Karen Langley, Tom Lannan, 
Don Lanteigne. 



Libbi Leatherwood, Patricia 
Lee, Steve Lee, Becky Leeper, 
Terry LeFeber, Rick Legner, 
David LeMaster, Lawrence 
Lenk. 



Tod Levitt, Jeff Lewis, Bonnie 
Linder, Delbert Linhart, Elaine 
Litteral, Mollie Livengood, 
Pierre Lobdell, Bob LaPorte. 



Paula Lothamer, Randy Lowe, 
Phyllis Lowery, Pam Loy, Clark 
Lucas, Janet Lucas, Tom Lund, 
Jack Main. 



194 



Sophomores 

Diana Manship, Jim Maple, 
Denise Marietta, John Mar- 
quart, Janet Marr, Patty Mar- 
tin, Robert Martin, Brad 
Mason. 



Carol E. Mason, Jon Massey, 
Charles Massingale, Mona 
Masters, Deborah McCane, 
Dena McClain, Jeffrey Mc- 
Dermott, Mike McDowell. 



Johnnie McGee, Alan McGill, 
Eric Mclntire, Steve McMan- 
us, Howard McPeek, Gary Mc- 
Whirter, Susie Meara, Bob 
Mesalam. 



Steve Meyers, Kathy Michael, 
Cathy Miller, Jeanne Miller, 
Randy Miller, Steve Miller, 
Jack Minton, Jeff Mock. 



Ronald Mock, Joe Moham- 
nied, Paula Monday, Mike 
Mooneyham, Cynthia Moore, 
Mark Moran, Pamela More- 
lock, Dan Morgan. 



Debbie Morgan, Dawn Moro- 
koff, Ron Morris, Paul Morri- 
son, Steve Morrison, Dorothy 
Morrow, Nancy Moss, Doug 
Mott. 



Harry Moretz, Mary Ann 
Munch. 



Jody Murphy, Le Ann Murphy. 



Pete Murphy, Mary J. Murrell. 



Gary Nance, Patricia Neeley. 



Spirited Knights hesitantly 
give up classes to attend pep 
sessions. 





Class of 71 



Agnes Nickels, Susette Nichol- 
son, Nancy O'Connor, Cappi 
Odom. 



Joni O'Keefe, Mary Anne Ol- 
sen, Linda Osborn, Jay Oswalt. 



David Outterson, Steve Over- 
ton, Betty Owens, Jonathan 
Parker. 



Wallace Parham, William 
Parkhurst, Sandra Parris, 
William Parrish. 



Lora Parrott, Larry Patrick, 
Patrick Patrick, James Payne. 



Sandra Peak, Kenneth Peden, 
Patti Pedro, Willa Pennyman, 
Shelia Perdue, Steven Petro, 
Gayle Pickering, Kent Pence. 



Jan Perkins, Robert Pettiford, 
Mary Peyton, Carol Phillips, 
Jerri Peerson, Kathy Pirtle, 
Ray Pohland, Teresa Pond. 



Julie Pool, Gary Porter, Rox- 
anna Porter, Brad Potter, Tim 
Potts, Ted Prather, Barbara 
Propes, Jeff Purvis. 



John Pyle, Amy Quate, Paula 
Query, Sheryl Radtke, Liz 
Ralston, Kerry Ramey, Dale 
Ranck, Dan Ratz. 



Bob Rebic, Mary Redding, 
Susi Redman, Paul Reifies, 
Dave Reinhardt, Bruce Renne- 
kamp, Stacy Reuter, Shannon 
Rhea. 

Keeping in step, ROTC color 
guard march in the Veteran's 
Day Parade. 



196 



Sophomores 

Clenda Riddle, Steve Rider, 
Betty Riding, Valerie Rigsbee, 
Carol Riley, Dennis Riley, 
Jerry Riley, Linda Riley. 



Terry Roberson, Rob Rogers, 
Karen Roller, Patsy Ross, Sjon 
Ross, Bob Rossetter, Geoffrey 
Rout, Steve Rout. 



Donna Rozzel, Judy Ruddell, 
Glen Rush, Vicki Russell, 
Marsha Sage, Carolyn Salver, 
Stacey Sanders, Rick Sapp. 



Paula Sauer, Sigrid Sauter, 
Becky Sayre, Roland Schloot, 
Gary Schmidt, Nancy School- 
craft, Jackie Schorn, Kurt 
Schwomeyer. 



Gary Scott, Mike Scott, Kris 
Schuesler, Dave Searles, Rob- 
in Searcey, Debbie Seay, 
Alice Sermersheim, Jim Sex- 
ton. 



Norman Shadday, Roxie 
Shannon, Cindy Shipe, San- 
dra Shoemaker. 



Steve Sherwood, Sandy Short- 
er, Marleen Silver, Sharon 
Simpson. 



Jeanie Sims, Sharon Sinders, 
Marilyn Sipole, Pam Slagle. 



Brad Smith, Jack Smith, Phi 
Smith, Steve Smith. 



Rebekah Snodgrass, Ed Sny- 
der, Steve Southgate, Donna 
Spearman. 

"As the world turns," sopho- 
more Joe Mohammed gains 
geographic knowledge. 




197 




Class of 71 

Sophomore Tom Davis learns 
the techniques of operating a 
lathe in shop class. 



Sue Stafford, Susie Stanley. 



Jeff Stearns, Rick Stoneking. 



Mark Stephens, Joe Stern. 



Diane Stevens, Mark Stevens. 



Pam Stevens, Tony Stewart, 
Jim Stonecipher, John Stough- 
ton, Janice Strieker, Joni 
Strong, Lou Ann Stroude, 
Lloyd Stout. 



Charles Stuckey, Glenn Swish- 
er, Mike Sylvester, Jeff Syrus, 
Ronald Tabak, Tim Tague, 
Natalie Tarter, Becky Taylor. 



Bob Taylor, Sharon Taylor, 
Suzi Taylor, Sally Tegarden, 
Bob Terry, Gary Tewmey, Ann 
Thompson, Cecil Thompson. 



Gary Thompson, Sheila Thomp- 
son, Steve Thompson, Lewis 
Tichy, Judy Tipton, Tom 
Tischer, Don Thrasher, Diane 
K. Tolliver. 



Bruce Tovsky, Wayne Trae- 
tow, Sharon Ann Tranter, 
Patty Trattner, Joe Trester, 
Cindy Troha, Steve Trulock, 
Sheryll Trump. 



Pam Tucker, Richard Turley, 
Margaret Turner, Steve Tur- 
ner, Kitty Unthank, Kimberley 
Updike, Kay Upson, Tom 
Valdez. 



198 



Sophomores 



David Valinetz, Annice Vance, 
Evan Vaughan, Loretta Vaw- 
ter, Susan Verrill, Steve Vitz, 
Phil Vogelgesang, Rick Wade. 



Mark Walker, Frank Wallace, 
Paula Wallser, Debbie Wal- 
ther, Doug Wamser, Deborah 
Ware, Susie Wasnidge, Eliza- 
beth Watford. 



Stevie Watts, Karen Weaver, 
Darleen Weber, Jennie Web- 
er, Brad Weddell, Jane Welsh, 
Rick Westerfelt, David Weston. 



Sally Whaley, Doug Wheeler, 
Susan Wheeler, Carl White, 
Craig White, Jacquie White, 
Robert White, Lisa Wichser. 



Lance Wickliff, Carol Wilkins, 
Robert Wilkes, Deborah Wil- 
liams, Dennis Williams, Donna 
Williams, Holly Williams, Lisa 
Williams. 



Rick Williams, Roy Willman, 
Frank Wilmoth. 



Larry Wilson, Susan Wilson, 
PhilWoodard. 



Scott Woodworth, Bob Worl, 
Deborah Wright. 



Thomas Yeagley, Dan Young, 
Susan Yount. 



Laura Ziegler, Larry Zimple- 
man, Dave Zorne. 



Defensive back, Bob Measlam, 
runs to claim the football for 
the Knights. 




199 



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Frosh receive warm welcome, initiation, 



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Emerging from a child's world of 
grade school activities, 859 fresh- 
men enrolled in Arlington, 
frightened but enthusiastic. The 
Class of 72 fit into the "Knight" 
life by participating in clubs and 
sports. 

They experienced the typical 
frustrations of all Frosh classes: 
getting lost in the halls, being late 
for classes, and approaching their 
desks from the wrong side. 

Cheerblock for the girls and 
freshmen sports for the boys 
helped to promote school spirit. 

Homecoming proved to be a 
thrill never before felt by the 
Class of 72. Coming out from be- 
hind the scenes, they showed 
their school loyalty by showing up 
the other three classes and placing 
first in the annual float contest. 




With an eye of respect . . . freshman Richard Klippel looks up to senior Mark Hoecker, this 
year's drum major, in hope that he may gain that coveted position someday. 



200 



Fighting for a rebound, freshmen Dave Oli- 
ver and Gerald Towns out-jump a Tech 
Titan. 



Freshmen 



Brenda Abbott, Cecilia Abbott, 
Jim Acevedo, Cindi Acton, 
Cynthia Adams, Jeri Adams, 
Randy Adams, Kathryn Ages. 



Juanita Agnew, Mark Ahearn, 
Dan Alexander, Eric Alexan- 
der, Joyce Alexander, Tim 
Allison, Cherri Altman, Jos- 
lyn Amann. 



Sherry Anderson, Deborah 
Appleton, Harry Argenbright, 
Rodney Arnett, JoAnn Ar- 
buckle, Denise Arrington, 
Michael Artis, Steve Auch. 



Delois Averett, Velvalyn Ayers, 
Evelyn Bacon, Melody Bagan, 
Kenny Baker, Pat Baker, Shar- 
on Baker, Paul Ballentine. 



Debbie Barlow, Bonita Barnes, 
Suzie Barngrover, Grayson 
Barrett, Sherry Bates, Sam 
Baxter, Jeanette Beasley, 
Randy Beattey. 



Kandy Bell, Jack Bell, Gregg 
Betras, Robert Beaman, Kathy 
Beaty, Gary Beckman, Sandy 
Belcher, Dave Berry. 



Debbie Berry, Sandy Berry, 
Sherry Bennett, Valarie Ben- 
ton, Marty Bennett, Beth Bib- 
ler, Greg Biberdorf, Steve 
Bigelow. 



Michael Bishop, Steve Bishop, 
Pam Bivens, Cindy Black, 
Gregory Black, Randy Bland, 
Emerson Blunt, Edith Bobbin. 



Randy Boeldt, Randy Bole, 
Richard Boothman, Jillaine 
Bower, Barb Boyd, Jim Boyd, 
Karen Boyd, Morrie Brand. 



Lisa Breidenbaugh, Mark 
Brewer, Anthony Briddle, 
Debbie Broadus, Sandy Brod- 
hecker, Craig Broeking, Jac- 
queline Brooks, Ronald Brooks. 







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Class of 72 



Darrell Brown, Edward Brown, 
Elizabeth Brown, Lindsey 
Brown, Malinda Brown, Su- 
san Brown, Richard Brummell, 
Jimmie Bryant. 



Patricia Bryant, Chris Buen- 
ger, Bambi Bullard, Shirley 
Burnell, Keith Burnett, Linda 
Burp, Chuck Burris, Cynthia 
Burrus. 



Ann Burton, Cynthia Butche, 
Beverly Butterfield, Linda 
Buzzard, Jody Byers, Lisa 
Byers, Carl Cable, Rick Cable. 



Cindy Caesar, Walter Caldwell, 
Brian Callahan, Ann Calvert, 
Valerie Calvert, Jerry Camp- 
bell, William Campbell, Mar- 
cella Carlton. 



Claudetta Carney, Marchelle 
Carney, Paulette Carney, Di- 
anna Carpenter, Jay Carpenter, 
Doug Carr, Robert Carroll, 
Michelle Carter. 



Francis Cavanaugh, Joe Cava- 
naugh, Bill Chaffin, Andy 
Chaille, Karen Chambers, 
Nancy Chambers, Larry Chand- 
ler, Marcia Chaney. 



Yao-Eng Chang, Danny Cheak, 
Suzette Chenault, Don Chest- 
nut, Vickie Christensen, Vickie 
Christianson, Cheryl Clark, 
Karen Clark. 



Linda Clark, Teresa Clegg, 
Dean Clodfelter, Kathleen 
Clower, Christine Coffey, 
Thomas Coffey, Dave Coghill, 
Nan Colbert. 



Bonita Cole, Deborra Cole- 
man, Lydia Coleman, Charlene 
P. Collins, Patricia Collins, 
Cathy Colson, Marcia Combs, 
Richard Combs. 



Cathy Cones, Susan Conig- 
len, Cynthia Conlin, Charles 
Conrad, Roxanne Cooley, 
Linda Coombs, Ron Cooper, 
Charline Cooperwood. 



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Freshmen 



Pam Cooney, George Copp, 
Gloria Copp, Teddy Cornett, 
Herbert Cosby, Mark Coutts, 
Gordon Cowart, Mike Cox. 



Joseph Crafton, Dennis Craig, 
Jeff Craig, Terry Craig, Stephen 
Crawford, Janis Cripe, Debbie 
Crisci, Carole Crisci. 



Carolyn Crisp, Joe Crites, Nan- 
cy Grossman, Debbie Crosson, 
Harry Crouch, Debra Croup, 
Delores Crowder, Don Crowe. 



Jim Cunningham, Violet Dar- 
by, Harold Davis, Herbert 
Davis, Jackie Davis, Jodie 
Davis, Rhonda Davis, Sharon 
Davis. 



Deborah Day, Sherry Deck- 
ard, Jeff Dehaven, Robert 
Dehoniesta, Susanna De- 
Mougin, Dave deRox, Robin 
DeRox, Bill Detmer. 



Keith DeTrude, Jacqueline 
Dickerson, Sherri Dieckmann, 
Arbredella Dillard, Michael 
Dillard, Errol Dingle, Denise 
Dinning, Debra Dooley. 



Connie Dorsey, Sylvia Dorsey, 
Sharon Dossey, Pam Dover, 
Brenda Driver, Quaintance 
Driver, Micky Drudge, Ronnie 
Duncan. 



Bob Dunn, Sandra Dunphy, 
Beverly Ealy, Rebecca Ecklund, 
Gary Edwards, Robert Ed- 
wards, Aldis Elberts, Beth Eller. 



Chuck Elliott, Wanda Elliott, 
Kerry England, Reggie Eubank, 
Bob Eubanks, Ruby Farrell, 
James Ferguson, Laura Fer- 
guson. 



Susan Fine, Georganne Fisch- 
er, Mike Fitzgerald, Jerry Flack, 
Rhonda Fleming, Barbara 
Fleshood, John Flynn, Debbie 
Federle. 




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Class of 72 



Jack Fobes, Matt Foster, Bill 
Freed, Ray Freeman, Gary 
Fryar, Teresha Ferguason, 
Terri Gaddis, Chris Faineslade. 



Karen Gale, Terri Garrett, 
Mark Gerwood, Linda Gavin, 
Jodi Gehris, Nancy Gieseking, 
David Gilbert, Mack Gilbert. 



Will Gilbert, Richard Gillette, 
Betty Gilliams, John Glass, 
Kevin Goe f z, Linda Good, Do- 
lores Goodman, Doreatha 
Goodman. 



Gary Gorbett, Jana Gordon, 
Steve Gorsline, Kenneth 
Gauge, Fred Grant, Robert 
Gray, John Gregory, Joyce 
Green. 



Linda Green, Nancy Greene, 
Marianne Greenwood, Floyd 
Greeson, Gloria Grenwald, 
David Griffey, Carmalita Grif- 
fin, Ron Grimes. 



Lori Grimmenstein, Barbara 
Graves, Donna Grubb, Lee 
Gruenert, Rick Grunert, Dale 
Gruzinsky, Bruce Hawkersmith, 
Charles Gillard. 



Kevin Haag, Rick Haemmerle, 
Mitch Hair, Dennis Haley, Eric 
Hall, Larry Hall, Robert Hall, 
Terri Hall. 



Jerry Hallett, Frederick Halter. 



Steven Ham, Eddie Hamilton. 



Pete Hammond, Max Ham- 
mons. 

Crush the Redskins . . . Frosh 
display the result of hours of 
kleenex flower making. 



Freshmen 



Larry Hancock, Mike Han- 
cock, Rick Hardman, Garry 
Harner, Vickie Harriman, 
John Harris, Russell Harris, 
Wanda Harris. 



Wally Harvey, Patti Hastings, 
Carl Hatcher, Barbara Hat- 
field, Sheryl Hawkins, Debra 
Hayes, David Heacox, Arthur 
Heady. 



Susan Heady, Donna Heck, 
Rick Heckman, Debbie Heet- 
er, Pam Hellmer, Carl Hel- 
mick, Darrell Henderson, 
Danny Henthorn. 



Julie Herman, Mark Herman, 
Jeff Herndon, Linda Herring- 
ton, Cynthia Hill, Steve Hillan, 
Anita Himes, Mary Hinds. 



Eric Hinkle, Joe Hinshaw, 
Mike Hittle, Doug Hobbs, 
Susan Hofmeister, Carol Hold- 
away, Christi Holland, Scott 
Holloway. 



Deborah Hopkins, Debbie 
Hopper, Herbert Hopson, Tim 
Horall, Gary Horrall, Anita 
Horton, Linda Horton, David 
Hoshaw. 



Charles Hotka, Vickie Hous- 
ton, Jayne Havarter, Sally 
Howard, Leroy Hudson, Mike 
Hudson, Mary Huff, William 
Huggins. 



Billy Hughes, Mike Hulse, 
Mike Humphrey, Rick Hun- 
gerford, Eugene Hunt, Robert 
Hunt, Jay Hurst, Phyllis Hurt. 



Geraldine Hutchison, Mike 
Hutchison, Mary Hutton, Keith 
Hybarger, Mary Hynes, Rachel 
Irick, Bill Israel, Jeannette 
Jackson. 



Jasmin Jackson, Kirk Jackson, 
Loretha Jackson, Sherri Jack- 
son, Suzanne Jackson, Jan 
Jeffries, Pamela Jessup, Jac- 
queline Jiles. 




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Class of 72 



Debbie Johns, Cheryl John- 
son, Ginger Johnson, Gloria 
Johnson, Karen Johnson, Alice 
Jones, Cheryl Jones, Debbie 
Jones. 



George Jones, Larry Jones, 
Mattie Jones, Sandy Jones, 
Scott Jones, Terre Jones, 
David Jordan, Pam Jordan. 



Rick June, Donna Keck, 
Debbie Keithley, Rick Keller- 
hals, Sharon Kelley, Katie 
Kennedy, Chuck Kerby, 
Richard Kessler. 



Jill Kidwell, Rhonda Kimmel, 
Debra King, Larry King, Bud 
Kingston, Allen Kirk, Pamela 
Kissel, David Kitcoff. 



Cindy Kladden, Debbie Klen- 
ek, Debbie Kline, Richard 
Klippel, Terry Knipe, Anne 
Knue, Mike Koeppel, John 
Koers. 



Mark Kresge, Bradley Krulce, 
Theresa Jo Kuebler, Randall 
Kuhl, Carolyn Lacey, Tony 
Ladd, Tim Lael, Janet LaFara. 



James Lamm, Kathy Lammers, 
David Lancello, Libby Lane, 
Steve Lane, Scott Langan, 
Diane Langdon, Daniel Langs- 
dale. 



Judy Lannon, Mark Lanum, 
Mark Larsh, Mary LaRue, Pam 
Lathrop, Susie Lawrence, Lor- 
na Lee, Vicki Lemons. 



Peter Lenk, Sandy Leonard, 
Debbie Leverenz, Terri Lews, 
Janice Light, Ahlana Linder, 
Charles Linder, Phyllis Linen- 
berger. 



Rebecca Linville, Bonnie Linx- 
wiler, Carolyn Lipp, Carolyn 
Little, Linda Long, Mike Ludlow, 
Randy Luke, Debbie Luster. 



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Freshmen 



"Papa Hutson" describes the 
whereabouts of classes to be- 
wildered freshmen. 



Perry Lynch, Michael Mabott. 



Paul Mabry, David MacDon- 
ald. 



Ronnie Mann, Alberta Marino. 



Carolyn Marsh, David Martin. 



Helen Martin, Sharon Martin, 
Margaret Martyniak, Bob 
Maschino, Richard Massy, 
Marcy Matthews, Mike Mat- 
tingly, Edna Maull. 



Eric Maxey, Ron Mayes, Cindy 
McAlpin, Lana McAtee, Ro- 
mana McCane, James Mc- 
Carley, Glenn McClung, 
Cathy McCord. 



Judy McCreary, Bruce Mc- 
Cullar, Chris McCurdy, Maria 
McDaniels, Cindy McDonald, 
Richard McDonald, Dave Mc- 
Gee, Ricky McGill. 



Ed McMichael, David Mc- 
Murrer, Jerri McNeely, Bob 
McWhorter, Bill Merrell, Dave 
Mellor, June Meixher, Pam 
Meyer. 



Joan Miles, Becky Miller, Jerri 
Miller, Betsy Mitchell, Joe 
Mitchell, Penny Mitchell, 
Douglass Molin, Maxine Mon- 
crief. 



Ron Moody, Kim Moore, Mar- 
garet Moore, Dorothy Mor- 
ron, John Mounce, Mary Mul- 
drow, John Munchel, Randal 
Muse. 




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Class of 72 



Pattie Murphy, Carl Muse, Joe 
Muse, Alfreda Myers, Cathe- 
rine Myricks, Angela Nance, 
Elaine Nauerth, Donald Neal. 



Mary Ann Neely, Luanne New- 
by, Morris Newkirk, Thresa 
Nicholas, Eric Nickleson, 
Cindi Nolan, Thomas Oakes, 
Cynthia O'Brien. 



Sandy O'Brien, Sue O'Brien, 
Dana O'Dell, David Oliver, 
Debbie Oliver, Rick Olson, 
Luann O'Neil, Michael Orr. 



Dana Owens, Stephanie Pair- 
ely, John Palmer, Angela 
Pappas, Jerry Parlon, Karen 
Parris, Jamie Parrish, Randall 
Patrick. 



Ann Patterson, Denise Payne, 
Steve Peak, Pat Pearson, Bill 
Pease, Kathy Peden, Greg 
Pedigo, Bill Pemberton. 



Martha Pemberton, Elaine 
Pence, Debbie Perkins, Larry 
Pernell, Teddy Pettet, Bernard 
Phillips, Ron Phillips, Jeff Ping. 



Norville Pinner, Pamela Plum- 
mer, Pamela Poindexter, Dave 
Polster, Phyllis Polston, Wesley 
Pond, Thomas Potts, Mike 
Poulimas. 



Elaine Powell, Parry Powers, 
Pam Preston, Debbie Price, 
Jyl Price, Terri Propes, Kim 
Puckett, Carol Pulliam. 



Vicky Purvis, Patricia Quigley, 
Rhonda Rabourn, Vicki Ra- 
bourn, Kim Rademaker, Bob 
Rahm, Darlene Randolph, 
Claudia Rankin. 



Jerry Rankin, Ruthie Ray, 
Georgia Rayner, Pat Reap, 
Terri Redd, Dan Reed, Ra- 
mona Reed, Darlene Reid. 



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Freshmen 



Rodney Reid, Sandy Rhodes, 
Herbert Richardson, Velma 
Richardson, Mike Richeson, 
Cliffonda Richey, Ron Richey, 
Beth Ricketts. 



Morris Ridenour, Dee Riley, 
Susie Ritter, Wayne Ritter, 
Robert Rivero, Chris Roberts, 
Edmond Robinson, Gary Rob- 
inson. 



Richard Robinson, Jeffrey Roe, 
Debbie Roeder, Judy Rogers, 
Laura Rogers, Lena Rogers, 
Brenda Rohloff, Carole Rohrer. 



Craig Romeril, Jose Roque, 
Cynthia Ross, Debbie Ross, 
Leslie Routt, Garry Royalty, 
Patricia Rupe, Robert Rusher. 



Diana Russell, Larry Russell, 
Robert Russell, Rachel Rut- 
ledge, Michael Ryan, Karen 
Ryza, Ray Saillant, Maria Saiz. 



Jocelyn Sailer, Lesley Salmon, 
Cathy Sanders, Floyd Sanders, 
Howard Hatterfield, Lawrence 
Savage, Diane Sawin, Linda 
Schimp. 



Linda Scott, Nedra Scott, Rod- 
ney Scott, Steve Seamon, 
Toni Searcey, Donna Sedam, 
Gloria Seth, Dave Settle. 



David Settles, Robert Shan- 
non, Brenda Shapland, Bill 
Shaver, Janet Shea, Betty 
Sheats, Rivienne Shedd, Pam- 
ela Shelton. 



Rudolph Sherman, David 
Shields, Diane Shields, Ken 
Shinkle, Les Short, Ronald 
Short, Beverly Sink, Ray Skiles. 



David Smith, Ken Smith, Mary 
Smith, Rebecca Smith, Steve 
Smith, Terri Smith, Ron 
Smoot, Bertha Snow. 




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Class of 72 



Mark Snyder, Robert Solberg, 
Joe Sowers, Jeff Sparks, Glen- 
ann Spaulding, Vickie Spear, 
Larry Spilbeler, Larry Spool- 
stra. 



Peggy Stafford, Becky Stair, 
Beth Stalcup, Linda Staleto- 
vich, Kim Stallings, Betsy Stans- 
bury, Leonard Stark, Michele 
Staton. 



Sharon Stauffer, Greg Stearns, 
Lou Ann Steele, Pam Stefanik, 
Karen Stewart, Kim Stewart, 
Lorre Stewart, Yvonna Ste- 
vens. 



Penny Stibs, Cindy Stickle, 
Cheryl Stodghill, David Stoep- 
pelwerth, Gary Stogsdill, 
Randy Stoughton, Kim Stout, 
Jack Straw. 



Patty Street, Ronny Stinson, 
Donna Strong, Pat Stroude, 
Diane Strough, Max Sumpter, 
Kevin Sumter, Harry Sutton. 



Donna Swanigan, Michael 
Tanner, Carol Taylor, Karen E. 
Taylor, Marcy Taylor, Morris 
Taylor, Sherry Taylor, Mellanie 
Teschendorf. 



Pam Thayer, Bill Thomas, Greg- 
ory Thomas, James Thomas, 
Mike Thompson, Carl Thrush, 
Barbara Tiemeyer, Nancy Tin- 
gle. 



Jackie Todd, Dena Townsend, 
John Tranberg, Shirley Triplet, 
Steven Trivett, Darci Trump, 
Rodger Turk, Mance Tutt. 



Evelyn Tyson, Robert Unger, 
Susan Vaughn, Adriaan Ver- 
meeren, Lucy Villarreal, Jean- 
nie Vitolins, Cyndy Vogt, Scott 
Wagner. 



Mark Walls, Leslie Walsh, Jim 
Walters, Diane Walton, Roger 
Ward, Sharon Warrick, Joyce 
Washington, Nuwanna Wash- 
ington. 



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Freshmen 

An apple a day . . . Sgt. Pedigo 
offers a bit of advice to frosh 
Diana Russell. 



Mark Waters, Michael Watjen. 



Julie Watson, Cecelia Webb. 



Darrell Webb, Dennis Weber. 



Douglas Weber, Lois Weber. 



Vicki Weber, Sue Weishar, 
Jack Wells, Valeria Wells, Le- 
land Welton, Dean Wenger, 
David Wenzel, Mike Wesling. 



Diane Wesner, Walter What- 
ley, Jeff Whetsel, Sue Whitaker, 
James White, Jerry White, Bev- 
erly Whitney, Carol Whitting- 
ton. 



Les Wickliff, Linda Wilkins, 
Thresa Wilkins, Alex Wil- 
liams, Dave Williams, Debbie 
Williams, Gregory Williams, 
Kathy Williams. 



Anthony Wilson, Debbie Wil- 
son, Douglas Wilson, George 
Wilson, Gloria Wilson, Janet 
Wilson, Linda Wilson, Stuart 
Wilson. 



Suzy Wilson, Cynthia Win- 
ston, James Wood, John Wood, 
Cheryl Woods, Don Woods, 
Pamela Woofter, Brenda 
Wright. 



Glen Yates, Don Young, Kathy 
Young, Rick Young, Alan Zar- 
ing, Mary Zartman, Don Zentz, 
Janet Zoschke. 








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Pulse of youth fluctuates with frustrations, 





School doesn't end after ninth period for senior Dave Schwantes. Many late hours are spent 
on extra-curricular activities such as the debate arguments he is working on. 



Barefootin' . . . Senior Meg Woods shows 
Jim Lane how to "keep cool" after a long 
day. 



The laughter of youth . . . Daily classes are 
broken by a chat in the hall. 



Knight gridders board the bus silently for 
an away game as they "think football." 




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anxieties, accomplishments 





People — 

The youth of today — 

Create a rhythm 

Unique in a world 

Of frustration and fun. 

It sounds 

As a "teen tempo." 

It is 

The uninhibited laughter 

Echoing in the halls, 

The frenzied pounding 

On cafeteria tables, 

The pulsating beat 

Of the "Supremes," 

The muffled sobs 

As a ring is returned. 

But this beat 

Does not end when 

"Pomp and Circumstance" 

Sounds at graduation — 

This beat goes on . . . 



"Helen's for Troy — are you?" . . . Senior Paul Troy urges fellow classmate Rob Partenheimer to 
vote for the right man in a close race for class president. 




Junior Dan Lane enjoys a comical moment 
during a "My Fair Lady" performance. 



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up 



A talent show act personifies the path that 
the freshmen seek for identity. 



Proud grads sign the alma-mater register at 
the annual senior alumni dance. 



From greenie to graduate, 









• Sophomores (above) are part of today's 
teen-tempo as they "do their own thing." 

• Students rely on faculty members (left) 
for more than academic assistance. 

• Seniors cross the finish line (right) as 
juniors continue the seniority race. 







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Knight life's hard to 'beat' 




This tempo — 

A distinctive rhythm 

Within the KNIGHT BEAT 

Pulsates within 

The "outside world" 

As seniors 

Take a final step 

Into its vast realm 

No longer protected 

By parents; authorities. 

Juniors rise 

On the ladder 

Armed with experience 

Gained 

In two year's learning. 

Sophomores 

Achieve recognition 

As they become 

Familiarized 

With high school life. 

Freshmen take 

"Giant steps" 

As they 

Begin specialization 

For the future. 

The never-ending pulse 

That exists within 

Arlington teens 

Shapes the future — 

The individual himself. 

For this pulse, 

This rhythm 

Is the KNIGHT BEAT. 



As graduation becomes a reality, seniors 
turn the Knight Beat into the Alum-Beat. 



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In step 

With the tempo 

Of the times, 

Teen consumers 

Become a part 

Of the buying public. 

A cash register clicks 

As money is exchanged 

For products, 

A telephone rings 

As an order is placed, 

A pen scratches 

As a signature 

Authenticates a check, 

A "thank you" spoken 

After a transaction 

Completes a "deal." 

The fast tempo 

Of teen-buying trends 

Is recognized 

By advertisers, 

For the business world 

Sounds within 

The KNIGHT BFAT. 






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Italian Gardens 
Restaurant 

Rd. 100 and Pendleton Pike 
545-1229 



For a soft atmosphere and Italian foods so fine, 
Italian Gardens is near and a quality place to dine. 



Seniors Scott Newkirk and Merry Spoolstra. 



Herff Jones Co 

Main Office 

1411 North Capitol Ave. 

635-1554 



Senior announcements, 
And jewelry of your class, 
Herff Jones insists on pleasing 
Every AHS lad and lass. 



Susie Lawrence, freshman. 





Community 
Hardware Store 

6004 Massachusetts Ave. 
547-0407 



Us country folk know 
Just the place to go. 
Community knows our needs 
From tools to garden seeds. 



Donna Quinnett, junior; Ron Shaw, senior. 



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Indiana National 
Bank 



The Bank 
With tower tall. 
Banking services 
For one and all. 



Keystone 
Lighting 

2324 E. 30th at Keystone Ave. 
924-2603 



For sparkling fixtures, 
crystal to chrome, 
Keystone Lighting 
Beautifies your home. 



Joe Bennett, junior. 




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Seniors Ron Pettigrew, 
Dick Emery, Dave Moody 
and Steve Kehrer, junior. 



Wilkerson 
Barber Shop 

Devington Shopping Center 
546-0914 



If you're a modern guy 
And your hair gets in your eyes, 
Let Wilkerson trim your hair 
With that old fashioned flair. 



North Side 
Welding Company 



2901 East 56th St. 
255-3987 



Their motto: By service we grow" 

Shows North Side Welding as a quality place to go. 




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MCL Cafeteria 



3718 East 38th Street 
547-5241 




Faster service 
And quality food 
MCL Cafeteria 
Meets your every mood. 



Carol White, senior; Norma 
Green, junior; Jim Beall, senior. 



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Jake Feld Tire Co 

425 West New York St. 
639-1557 



Climb to new heights 
Of quality and low price 
With tires from Jake Feld. 



Amy Quate, junior; Scott Teabak, sophomore. 



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Hudson's 
Mens Wear 

Eastgate 

Shopping Center 
357-4062 



Be a man of class 
That the girls won't pass. 
Choose your clothes with care 
At Hudson's Mens Wear. 



Terry Roth, alumni; 
Mike Pence, junior. 




Paula's Studio 

3905 North Washington Blvd. 
283-5544 




Quality service and pictures of finesse, 
Paula's Studio does nothing but the best 



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Juniors Dave Fredericks and Nancy Meek. 

Hindel 
Bowling Lanes 

6833 Massachusetts Ave. 
545-1231 



From beginners to those that have the knack, 
Hindel Bowl provides fun and time to relax. 




Pat Ohne, senior. 



Lawrence Auto Company 
Will show you 
Cars of top quality 
Both used and new. 



Lawrence Auto 
Co., Inc. 

8550 Pendleton Pike 
898-7474 




Car bob 
Country Village 

5959 East 38th Street 
547-3526 



For an evening out 
There is no doubt 
Carbob is the place to go 
For people in the know. 



Seniors Randy Bultman and Ann Hoggatt. 



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The bank for action 
Will assist you 
With money problems, 
Both old and new. 



Merchant's 

National 

Bank 

6020 E. 46th St. 
547-9633 



Martha Clark, senior; Dan 
Michael, senior. 




Dodd Electric 



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6055 82nd St. 



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Best quality and service yet, 

Is what you'll get 

At the new location of Dodd Electric. 



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Barbara Klier, senior. 




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Little Brown jug 



1520 N. Arlington Ave. 



357-0455 



When you're out 
And "bombing" around, 
Drive to the Brown Jug 
For the best food in town. 



Jeff Roe, freshman; Jan Brown, senior; Steve 
Trulock, sophomore; Chris Campbell and 
Stan Welton, juniors. 



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Drink at Least Three Glasses 



a Day Every Day 



Putt-Putt 
Golf Course 

3755 N. Arlington Ave. 
545-1560 



When there's nothing to do 
On that hot summer day, 
"Putt-putt" down to a Putt-Putt course 
And putt your troubles away. 



Seniors, Gary Irwin and Kathy LeFeber. 



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Kline Volkswagen, Inc 



6901 East 38th Street 
545-4211 



Though all Volkswagen models 
May look just the same, 
All real "car bugs" know 
The quality of the name. 



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Stokely-Van Camp 

General Office 

941 North Meridian Street 

Indianapolis, Indiana 



Don't be like Mother Hubbard 
And keep your cupboards bare. 
Stock up with Stokely-Van Camp, 
No other canned food will compare. 



Karen Jeffries, senior. 




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Burger Chef 



25 convenient locations in 
the Indianapolis area 



For the best food 
With that special tang, 
Go to Burger Chef 
With the rest of the gang. 



Juniors Steve Draughon, Joe 
Ferraro, Willie Portilla, Mike 
Kenrick, Jim Decamp, Bob 
Riley, Russell Palma, Bob Lap- 
pas. 





American Beauty 
Cleaners 

3750 North Sherman Drive 
546-6131 



If wrinkled garments 

Leave you distressed, 

Go to American Beauty Cleaners 

To have your clothes pressed. 



Linda Moss, senior; Dave 
Bi Edmonds, sophomore. 



Bob & Dottie's 
Flower Shop 

3790 North Arlington Avenue 
547-9518 



At graduation time 
Be prepared 
To show that girl 
You've always cared. 



Amy Brown, 
senior; Mark 
Hammond, senior. 




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That special moment will mean so much 

When it is conveyed with Colonial's magic touch. 



Colonial Flower 
Shop 

3719 East 38th St. 
547-5227 



Karen Kennedy, junior; Tom Bell, junior. 




John Davis 
Men's Wear 

Devington Shopping Center 
546-3130 



A look of approval from eye to eye 

Shows John Davis Men's Wear pleases any guy. 



Jim Hutcherson, senior; Phil McDaniel, alumni. 



Dellen Oldsmobile 



5199 North Keystone Ave. 



251-9271 



For the best kind of deal 
For the car of today, 
Get complete satisfaction, 
The Dellen Oldsmobile way. 



Terri Butcher, senior; Cliff Dahlen, senior. 




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Smart Shop 



Meadows Shopping Center 



546-5289 



For modern fashions — the cream of the crop, 
Get quality and flair at the Meadow's Smart Shop. 



Susie Murphy, senior; LaDonna 
Lucas, senior. 





S. S. Kresge 
Discount Store 

Devington Shopping Center 



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Extra value and low, low price 
Makes Kresge's a shopper's paradise. 



•/j Casey Rotzien, junior; John McCullar, senior. 




Nobil's Shoe Store 



Devington Shopping Center 



547-3969 



For evening wear or for play, 
For big people or for small. 
If you buy your shoes at Nobil's, 
You'll feel ten feet tall. 



Terry Hall, senior. 



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Carol McCormick, senior; Richard Meschke, senior. 



Bill Ehrich Studio 



Glendale 

Shopping Center 

251-0741 



With the best of quality, 
And the best Of care, 
Bill Ehrich will give you prints 
With a life-like flair. 



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Ace Hardware 



Devington Shopping Center 
547-9616 



For gifts that are exotic and rare, 

Do all your shopping at Ace Hardware. 



Debbie Felkins, junior. 





While wearing your Davidson's fur 
Don't be surprised 
If passing guys 
Have following eyes. 



Davidson's Fur Co 



Glendale Shopping Center 
255-3161 



Seniors Chris Coy, Randy 
Haines, Pat Stutsman, and 
Doug Harmas. 



With products ranging 
From cologne to clocks, 
For quality and variety 
Do your shopping at Brocks. 



Elaine Phillips, junior. 




Brock's 
Pharmacy 

3735 East 38th Street 
547-1357 



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Edrich LTD 
Men's Wear 



Esquire Plaza 
898-1441 



Building up your wardrobe 
Isn't an easy thing to do; 
But when you shop at Edrich LTD, 
They're ready to outfit you. 



Marc Boucher, senior; John Cofer, senior 




Peggy Duclus, senior; Penny 
Nichols, senior; Ann Fobes, 
senior. 



Coca-Cola 

Main Office 
5000 West 25th Street 



Passed on from generation to generation, 
Coca-Cola has been rated 
Number one in our nation. 



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Arlington Flower Shop 



1335 North Arlington Avenue 



356-2489 



The Arlington Flower Shop 
Can create special bouquets, 
That mean so much 
In so many ways. 



Barbara Tipton, junior; Judy Tipton, sophomore. 



Pearson's Platter 



Devington Shopping Center 



545.4347 



Catering to the whims 
Of the "now" generation, 
Pearson's has records 
From folk-rock to meditation. 





Betsy Reyburn, junior. 



Roesch Pharmacy 



Devington Shopping Center 



547-9613 



When you shop at Roesch's 
You will find, 

All those last minute needs 
In no time. 



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Bill Kuhn 
Chevrolet 

1045 Broad Ripple Avenue 
255-2471 



For that certain car 

That guys dream of today, 

Go to Bill Kuhn Chevrolet. 



Randy Nickel, senior. 



Sealtest Ice Cream 



1417 North Harding 
632-4541 



Dish after dish, 
Treat after treat, 
Sealtest Ice Cream 
Cannot be beat. 



Linda Cable, senior. 




Wheaton Van Lines Inc. 



That last minute hurry 
Is gone on moving day, 
As Wheaton Van Lines 
Packs your worries away. 



2525 East 56th Street 
255-3131 



Margaret Zimmerman, junior. 





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Mary Linzer, senior. 



/.ee Moody & Company 



When you are settled and ready to look, 

Lee Moody will help you find your favorite little nook. 



1840 East 38th Street 
546-1593 



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H. G. Lotshaw 



253-7515 








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When your teen years are gone 

And your dreams come true, 

Let H. G. Lotshaw build your home for you. 



D. M. Reamer Painters & Decorators 



4138 Norrose Drive 
546-3901 



To beautify rooms 
With that special touch, 
Reamer Painters and Decorators 
Will do so much. 



Ron Baker, senior. 




Oaklandon Sales 
Company, Inc. 

11820 Pendleton Pike Oaklandon 
823-4471 



For the best deals 

And a chance to catch her eye, 

Go to Oaklandon Sales 

For today's best buy. 



Rob McCoy, senior; Nancy Newhouse, senior. 





Meadows Fabric Inc 



Meadows Shopping Center 



547-3508 



Chris King, senior. 



"Wrapped up" in your dreams 
Of materials and seams? 
Go to Meadows Fabric 



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Dairy 
Queen 

3344 N. Arlington 
546-1027 



For a creamy rich delight, 
Suited for any merry queen, 
Satisfy your royal appetite 
By stopping at Dairy Queen. 



Kathy Atkinson, junior 





Bonanza 

Sirloin 

Pit 

3545 N. Shadeland 
545-7092 






For those "good-food" eating habits 
That are hard to break, 
Stop at the Bonanza Pit 
For a tender, sizzling steak. 



Bill Coffey, junior; Gwen Fer- 
guson, junior. Head Wran- 
gler, Mr. Ray Reed. 



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Woodie Neil's Auto Imports 



4533 N. Keystone Ave. 
545-8564 



Woodie Neil won't promise 
A gal with each car, 
But for service and values 
He's way beyond par. 



Cindy Neil, senior. 




Shadeland 
Flower Shoppe 

4525 N. Shadeland 
545-2311 



Your girl will always remember that special night, 
Because Shadeland flowers will make it just right. 



John McDonough, senior; Carol White, senior. 




Preston's 
Super Market 

6937 Pendleton Pike 
547-1668 



Those special party events 
Will always be a success, 
When you shop at Preston's 
Where selection is at its best. 



Tisha LeMaster, senior; David Brooks, senior. 




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ACTIVITIES INDEX 



A 

Academic Assistants 82 

ACCOLADE 58,59 

ACCOLADE 

Representatives 80 

American Field Service . . . . 8,9 

Arlingtones 76,77 

Art Club 94 

Audio-Visual Assistants 87 

Auditorium Technicians 86,87 

B 

Baseball 122,123 

Basketball 

Varsity 108,109 

Reserve 108,109 

Freshman 110,111 

Bible Club 88 

Book Club 64 

Bowling 120,121 

Boy's Ensemble 78 

c 

Camera Club 95 

Cheerleaders 

Varsity 130,131 



Reserve 130 

Freshman 131 

Chess Club 94,95 

Clinic Assistants 84,85 

Coaches 128,129 

Concert Band 74,75 

Concert Choir 76,77 

Cross Country 

Varsity 102,103 

D-F 

Debate 66 

Electronics Club 96 

Football 

Varsity 104,105 

Reserve 104,105,106,107 

Freshman 106,107 

French Club 91 

Future Architects and 

Draftsmen 93 

Future Teachers of America 92 

G-H 

German Club 91 

Girl's Athletic 

Association 116,117 

Goldenaires 132,133 



Golf 114,115 

Gymnastics 116,117 

Health Careers Club 93 

History Club 88,89 

Homecoming 20,21 

l-L 

Individual Honors 18,19 

Intramurals 112,113 

LANCER 60,61 

LANCER Representatives 81 

Latin Club 88,89 

Lettermen 98,99 

M-N 

Marching Band 70,71 

Math Club 96,97 

"My Fair Lady" 14,15 

National Forensic League 67 

National Honor Society 62 

O-Q 

Office Messengers 80 

Orchestra 72,73 

Pennants 71 

Pep Band 70 

Physical Ed. Assistants 82,83 



Powder Puff 16,17 

Queens and Kings 22,23 

Quill and Scroll 63 

Quiz Team 64,65 

R-S 

Red Cross Club 85 

Science Club 97 

Science Seminar 65 

Senior Play 26,27 

Spanish Club 90 

String Ensemble 72,73 

Student Council 56,57 

T-W 

Talent Show 24,25 

Tennis 114,115 

Thespians 68,69 

Track 118,119 

Trebleaires 79 

Tri-Hi-Y 84 

Wrestling 124-127 



ADVERTISING INDEX 



A-B 

Ace Hardware 231 

American Beauty Cleaners 227 
Arlington Flower Shop 233 

Bill Ehrich Studio 230 

Bill Kuhn Chevrolet 234 

Bob and Dottie's Flower 

Shop 227 

Bonanza Sirloin Pit 238 

Brock's Pharmacy 231 

Brodey's Village Inn 220 

Burger Chef 227 

C-E 

Carbob Country Village . 223 

Coca-Cola 232 

Colonial Flower Shop 228 



Community Hardware 218 

Dairy Queen 238 

Davidson's Fur Co 231 

Dellen Oldsmobile 228 

Dodd Electric 224 

Edrich LTD Men's Wear 232 

H-K 

Herff Jones Co 218 

Hindel Bowling Lanes 223 

Hudson's Mens Wear 222 

Indiana National Bank 219 

Italian Gardens 218 

Jake Feld Tire Co 221 

John Davis Men's Wear 228 

Keystone Lighting 219 

Kline Voldswagon 226 

S. S. Kresge Discount 229 



L-M 

Lawrence Auto Co. 223 

Lee Moody and Co 235 

Little Brown Jug 225 

H. G. Lotshaw 236 

MCL Cafeteria 221 

Meadow's Fabric Shop 237 

Merchants National Bank 224 

N-P 

Nobil's Shoe Store 229 

North Side Welding Co. 220 

Oaklandon Sales Co 237 

Paula's Studio 222 

Pearson's Platters 233 

Porter College 221 

Preston's Super Market 239 



Putt-Putt Golf Course 225 

R-W 

D. M. Reamer Painters and 

Decorators 237 

RCA 240 

Roesch Pharmacy 233 

Sealtest Ice Cream 234 

Shadeland Flower 

Shoppe 239 

Smart Shop 229 

Stokely Van Vamp 226 

Weaton Van Lines 234 

Wilkerson Barber Shop 220 

Woodie Neil Imports 239 



FACULTY INDEX 



A 

Abraham, James 140 

All, Richard 140 

Allen, John 129,140 

Armenoff, Mrs. Margaret 140 

B 

Bailey, Mrs. Audra 140 

Bailey, Ralph 140 

Beal, Mrs. Elizabeth 140 



Benedict, Mary 140 

Bennett, William 103,140 

Bess, William 136,140 

Bickerton, Mrs. Shirley 140 

Black, Suzanne 140 

Blackburn, Thomas 140 

Blase, David 140 

Blessing, Margaret 141 

Brethauer, Thomas 141 

Brown, Mrs. Elizabeth 141 

Burton, Martha 96,97,141 



c 

Caldwell, Mrs. Linda 141 

Callaway, Elmer 104,105,108, 

141 

Cash, Irvin 87,145 

Caskey, Harry 139,140 

Chaney, Louis 141 

Chapman, Thomas 141 

Chappel, Ron 104,141 

Clark, Mrs. Harriet 141 

Clevenger, Ralph 11,138,140 



Clodfelter, Donald 141 

Combs, Lyman 141 

Cutter, Rollin 112,115,128,141 

D-E 

Davies, Will 141 

DeHart, Mrs. Geraldine 145 

DeWitz, Mrs. Mary 145 

Dezelan, Joseph 104,141 

Donalson, Mrs. Gladys 141 

Draughan, Joe 103,141 

241 



FACULTY INDEX 



Edison, Mrs. June 78,79,141 

Ellis, James ... 100,104,108,129, 

141,148 

F 

Fair, Owen 32,141 

Feldman, George 43,65,88,89, 

141 

Fellows, William .... 96,132,141 

Fishback, William 42,141 

Fisher, Bill 33,141 

Fitzgerald, Mrs. Alice 141 

Flannery, Mrs. Martha 141 

Flora, Diane 93,141 

Floren, Mrs. Georgia . 67,141 

Fort, Benjamin 141 

Foster, Eddie 35,141 

G 

Gillette, Mrs. Jane 142 

Gooch, Mrs. Susan 142 

Good, Mrs. Gladysmae 85,142 

Goode, Mrs. Emma 142 

Graub, Mrs. Rowena 137,142 

Graves, Victor 142 

Green, Everett 142,145,151 

Gurvitz, Feme 43,90,142 

Gwyn, Robert 138,140 

H 

Hannah, James 104,142 

Hamilton, Mrs. Essilee 142 

Hartman, Wallace 142 

Heaton, Mrs. Jean 50,142 

Heeke, Bernard 86,142 

Hessler, Alice 142 

Hindman, Mrs. Margery 52, 

94,136,142 



Holloway, Mrs. Furniss .... 143 
Horine, Ralph 79,143 

Howard, Robert 143 

Howe, Mrs. Miriam 143 

Howell, Elbert 143 

Hudson, Josie 143 

Huffington, Mrs. Clarena 143 
Hungerford, Mrs. Betty 143 

Hutson, Paul 143,207 

J 

Jackson, Rita 143 

Janert, Mrs. Margaret 36,92, 

143 

Jeffery, Anne 143 

Jeffery, Robert 95,143 

Jeter, Mrs. Marjorie 143 

Johannessen, Mrs. Marilyn 143 

Johnson, James 143 

Jones, Mrs. Evaleen 145 

K-L 

Katsaropoulos, John 91,140,143 
Kelle, Mrs. Barbara 143 

Kerber, Adolf 143 

Knipfel, Gerald 45,71,74,143 

Kraucunas, Wyette 143 

Kuntz, William . 21,100,104,105, 
106,128,143 

Land, Thomas 143,147 

Lostutter, Don 32,112,129,143 

M 

Maas, Charles 104,143 

Manka, John 128,143 

Mannan, Donald 143 

Maurey, Mrs. Lydia 89,143 

Maze, Mrs. Sally 62,143 



McClary, Robert 97,143 

Merritt, Delmar 97,144 

Messick, Jane 144 

Messinger, Mrs. Hazel 144 

Metcalf, Dewaine 93,95,144 

Montgomery, Mrs. Zonda 144, 

193 

Morris, John 37,144 

Muir, Mrs. Rachel 144 

Mullane, Mrs. Joyce 144 

Murphy, Dick 144 

N-O 

Nowak, Al 144 

Oglesby, Richard 144 

Orme, William 104,144 

Owen, Boyd 144 

P 

Padou, Louise 144 

Parker, Mrs. Henrietta 144 

Partee, Mrs. Maxine 144 

Patterson, Mrs. Barbara 144 

Pedigo, Sgt. Oscar 2,211 

Pennington, William 40,41,144 

Pollock, Mrs. Jane 144 

Portilla, Mrs. Mercedes 16, 

90,144 

Poulimas, Mrs. Ann 144 

R 

Rababa, Yovonne 144 

Rainwater, Mrs. Barbara . . 144 
Rogers, Mrs. Margaret .... 144 
Rowe, Mrs. Margaret 46,144 
Rusnak, Janice 145 



s 

Santore, Mrs. Elaine 145 

t Schmidt, Mrs. Burdeen 71,144 
Schroedle, Mrs. Margaret 144 

Schulz, John 62,91,144 

Shambaugh, Don 104,106,144 
Simpson, John 53,144 

Smith, Mrs. Joyce 145 

Smith, Priscilla 44,145 
Staver, John 145 

T-V 

Terrell, Paul 145 

Turner, Robert 138,140 

Urbain, James 30,64,145 

Vance, John 145 

Vaughan, Mrs. Beryl 145 

Volk, Henry 33,145 

w-z 

Waggoner, Charles 145 

Walls, Thomas 142,145 

Way, Mrs. Francis 145 

Weaver, Clara 84,137,145 

Welch, Daniel 138,140 

Wells, Mrs. Belgen . 56,57,80, 
139,140 

Werner, Shirley 145 

White, Donald 145 

White, Martha 145 

Wimmer, Merle 35,65,145 

Witsman, Forest 137,145 

Woodward, Mrs. Jean 145 

Wyatt, Mrs. Daveda 145 

Zetzl, Robert 145 



SENIOR INDEX 



A 

Aaron, Richard 175 

Adkins, Debra Lynn 80,152 

Allen, Vernita Jean 152 

Allgood, David 152 

Allio, Joseph 152 

Allison, Roberta 152 

Amos, Ron 17,70,71,74,152 

Anderson, Eric 152 

Anderson, Kent 104,138,152 

Arbuckle, James 152 

Armstrong, Stanley 152 

Arnao, Linda 152 

Ashwell, Maki . . . . 9,53,56,84,90, 

152 

Atkinson, Nancy 56,83,133,152 

B 

Baker, Michael 152 

Baker, Ronald 175,237 

Baker, Stanley 62,152 

Bane, Don 152 

242 



Banks, Mark 71,74,152,226 

Barnes, Dallas Kurt 175 

Batdorf, Sharon 152 

Bates, Michael 152 

Bauerle, Karen 152 

Bayne, Debbi Jo 152 

Beall, James 152,221 

Beard, Jane 152 

Beckwith, Phillip 152 

Behrmann, Jan 79,153 

Beldon, Candy 35,83,131,153 

Bell, DeAnn 81,153 

Bellew, Sandra 17,153 

Benoit, Andrew 153 

Benton, John 86,87,153 

Berry, John 102,103,153 

Bigelow, Michael 153 

Bigelow, Sheryl 60,153 

Billen, Carol 153 

Bischoff, Susan . 55,60,61,62,63, 
67,87,88,89,153 

Bishop, Ann 62,153 

Black, Stephen 56,153 



Blue, Michael 70,71,74,153 

Boucher, Marc 4,57,60,63,150, 

153,175,232 

Boucher, Michael 104,105,138, 

153 

Bovard, Mark 153 

Bradley, David 153 

Bramble, Marilyn 62,153 

Brandt, Cynthia 153 

Branham, Jane 62,88,89,153 

Bridges, Steve 104,153 

Bright, Stephanie 60,63,153 

Brikmanis, Ausma, 84,153 

Brooks, David 62,154,239 

Brown, Amy 4,56,81,154,175, 

227 

Brown, Deborah 154 

Brown, James 154 

Brown, Janet 62,66,67,80,89, 

154,225 

Brown, Sally 60,154 

Brunner, Angie 154 



Bryan, JoAnne 57,58,59,63,139, 
154 

Buchanan, Don 154 

Buchanan, Ron 154 

Buhr, Diane 154 

Bull, Steve 96,154 

Bultman, Randall 104,105,154, 

223 

Bultman, Rebecca . 3,25,59,154, 

176 

Burp, William 154 

Burrell, Pamela 154 

Burton, Susan Lynn 154 

Butcher, Terry 154,156,228 

Butler, Bonnie Sue 154 

Butler, Darrell 154 

Byers, Janet 62,154 

c 

Cable, Linda 133,154,234 

Cain, Judy Ann 154 

Caldwell, Linda Gay .... 80,154 
Campbell, Betty Jean 62,155 



SENIOR INDEX 



Campbell, Deborah A. 56,62, 
132,71,83,132,155 

Capp, Sheryl M 155 

Carson, Pete 175 

Carter, James D 49,155 

Cassell, Robert 71,74,155 

Catt, Cheryl Anne 84,155 

Chaille, Rebecca 51,155 

Chambers, Darryl 155 

Chamness, Robyn R. 21,56,60, 
62,63,83,133,150,155,175 

Chapin, Treasa 155 

Chestnut, Betty A 155 

Choate, Brenda 175 

Christensen, Bud 155 

Christenson, Paul 155 

Cissna, Deborah 155 

Clapper, Holly 175 

Clark, Anitra . . . 25,56,57,58,59, 

62,63,155 

Clarke, Martha 155,224 

Cochran, Terry 155 

Cofer, John 155,232 

Cole, Brenda 155 

Coleman, Bruce 155 

Collins, John Clifford 87,96, 

155 

Connerly, Brad 175 

Corriden, John 155 

Couch, Sue 155 

Coy, Christopher 101,102,103, 
155,231 

Coyle, Mike 175 

Cradick, Jan 59,63,156 

Craig, Nancy 156 

Crawley, Susan 84,156 

Cripe, Donna 156 

Croup, Michael 156 

Culhan, James 156 

Culp, David 62,156 

Cuticchia, Michael 62,156 

D-E 

Dahlen, Clifford 156,228 

Davis, Brad 60,104,105,112,156 

Davis, Cynthia 156 

Davis, Robert 156 

Davison, Catherine 156 

Davy, Brenda 156 

DeBurger, Patricia 156 

DeCaro, Christine 156 

Dilley, Calista C 157 

Dodd, Stephanie 59,157 

Dominguez, Marie 157 

Donegan, Patricia 71,74,133, 

157 

Doran, Tonia 175 

Dotts, Sandra Kay ... 47,82,157 

Duclus, Peggy S 71,157,232 

Dunn, Donna Jane 56,157 

Duzan, Ron 157 

Easier, Vince D 157 

Eldridge, Donna 157 

Elmali, Evren N. 9,43,57,157 

Embach, Kristine 157 

Emery, Richard S. . ... 14,157,220 

Emery, Terry 157 

Evans, L. Jane 157 

Evans, Maureen Anne 175 

Everman, Brian L 157 

F-G 

Failinger, Marie 62,91,157 



Fenske, Patricia 157 

Ferger, Charlene 93,157 

Fifer, Jerry 157 

Fleming, Jim 157 

Florey, Wm. W 157 

Fobes, Ann Elaine 81,157,232 

Foley, Jim 34 

Foltz, Carla A 157 

Forbes, Carol Ann 50,158 

Ford, Denise 80,84,158 

Ford, Diana 46,158 

Ford, Teresa 158 

Frank, Kim M 158 

Frazier, Scott 158 

Fulton, Tom 158 

Gabbert, Barbara 84,93,158 

Galyean, Heather Lee 158 

Garrison, Kevin 158 

Gilbert, Robert Lee 158 

Gillette, Kevin Lee 28,58,63,158 
Glenn, Barbara Ann 175 

Gobin, Daniel Joseph 158 

Goodman, Roger 158 

Graeber, Steven 158 

Graham, Raymond 74,158 

Graham, Sherrie 158 

Grana, Lorraine 71,133,150,158 

Gratter, Susan 158 

Grazei, Knut V 59,158 

Gray, Christine 84,158 

Gregory, Richard 158 

Griekspoor, Wilfred 43,56,57, 
60,63,65,158 

Griffin, Brenda H. 62,80,158 

Grube, Art 159 

Gurchiek, Larry 82,159 

H 

Haines, Randy 159,175,231 

Haley, Jeanne E 159 

Hall, Patricia Anne 175 

Hall, Sam R 175 

Hall, Terri Anita 159 

Hall, Terry 159,229 

Hamblin, Joseph W 159 

Hamilton, Nancy Dee 159 

Hammond, Billie 83,159 

Hammond, Brenda Lou 159 

Hammond, Mark 82,104,105, 
112,159,227 

Hancock, Lex 159 

Hanes, L. Sheryl 79,94,159 

Harkins, Lynn 62,159 

Harlan, Edward 7,62,81,159 

Harmas, Douglas K. 104,105, 

159,231 

Harshey, Kenneth 159 

Hartley, Barbara Jane 56,62,71, 
80,81,133,159 

Hartley, Patricia 159 

Hathaway, Helen 16,159 

Hauser, Theresa 159 

Hawk, David Lee 175 

Hawkersmith, Jan 79,159 

Heady, Kelvin L 159 

Heady, Kenneth L 175 

Heck, Dorcas 159 

Henderson, Michael 160 

Henry, Herbert 57,104,105,160 

Henry, Lodella J 94,160 

Hensel, Mark 160 

Henthorn, Mike 160 



Hewitt, Michael 160 

Hey, Carol 62,160 

Hill, Carolyn 62,74,160 

Hill, Stephen D. 71,74,160 

Hinds, Eva Kay 60,63,160 

Hixon, Bill 89,151,160 

Hobson, John A 160 

Hobson, William Mike 160 

Hoecker, Mark 3,44,62,71,160, 

200 
Hoggatt, L. Anne 62,89,160,223 
Hollingsworth, Carl 59,160 

Holly, Jennifer 46,160 

Holmes, Michael 160 

Horine, Susan 160 

Howard, Allan 62,70,71,74,160 
Howell, David A. 53,160 

Howell, Larry W 160 

Huddleston, Rebecca 160 

Huffman, David A. 40,82,93, 

160 

Hugar, Gene 161 

Hungerford, Pamela 161 

Hunt, Richard L 161 

Hutcherson, Daniel E. 56,57, 

161,175,228 

Hutcherson, Paul A. 161 



l-J 

Imel, David Scott 175 

Ingram, Deborah .... 161 

Irving, Alma 36,56,60,161 

Irwin, Gary D. 80,81,82,104, 

105,161,225 
Irwin, Phii A. 161 

Jackson, Daniel Barton 161 

Jacobs, Laurie M. 161 

Jannusch, Judy 83,161 

Jarvis, Leon 161 

Jassmann, Robert Paul 161 

Jay, William 161 

Jeffries, Karen 59,62,63,131, 

161,175,226 

Jenkins, Suzan C. 161 

Jessup, Karen Lynn 14,15,31, 

62,82,90,133,161 

Johnson, Richard A. 161 

Johnson, Sandra 161 

Jones, Beverly Sue 161 

Jones, Charlette 161 

Jones, Nellie 175 

Jordan, Klayta 161 

K 

Keithley, Steven 161 



Insurmountable . . . Seniors prove that "You Can't Chain in the Spirit 
of '69" with their first-place display in the annual contest. 




243 



SENIOR INDEX 



Kelley, Charles 162 

Kelley, Connie 162 

Kennedy, Alan 162 

Kennedy, Russell 62,66,67,88, 
150,162 

Kenrick, Patrick 62,162 

Kerns, Janette 175 

Kerr, Vicky Lynn 162 

Kersage, Marcia 162 

Kestner, Kevin 162 

King, Bob 162 

King, Christine 62,71,133,162, 
237 

Kinnaman, Mark 162 

Kirk, Debbie 162 

Klein, Peggy 62,133,162,222 

Kleinhelter, Kurt 104,105,108, 

162 

Klier, Barbara 162,224 

Klippel, Mark 71,74,162 

Konchinsky, Karen 162 

Kresge, Peter 162 

Kuhl, Steven 62,65,74,162 

Kuhlman, Roger Alan 14,62,66, 

67,162 

L-M 

Lake, Deborah 151,162 

Lammers, Thomas 94,95,162 

Lancello, Joan 59,62,63,81,162 
Lane, Cynthia Anne 162 

Lane, James 56,150,163,212 

Lannom, Jan 163 

Lannum, Larry 163 

Lanum, Gregory 82,163 

Lauth, Robert 163 

Lawrence, Anita 47,80,82,163 

Lawrence, Marilyn 163 

Lawson, Carter 163 

Lazar, Kenneth 62,163 

Lee, Don 163 

Lee, Lonnie 163 

Lee, Richard Allen 163 

Lee, Turhan Van 163 

LeFeber, Kathryn 133,163,225 

LeMaster, Tisha 62,83,133,163, 

239 

Leslie, Anita 175 

Leverenz, Karen Sue 163 

Lewis, Richard C 163 

Linzer, Mary 56,62,71,83,133, 

148,163,235 

Lipp, William 163 



Litten, Deborah 46,163 

Lobb, Linda 175 

Lohkamp, Gary 163 

Long, Mary Anne 62,163 

Longest, Mike Charles 175 

Lotshaw, Steven 163 

Lovell, Kathy Ann 163 

Lowery, Charles 10,164 

Lucas, LaDonna 37,164,229 

Lunsford, Jim 82,164 

Lykins, Carey 80,164 

Lyons, John 164 

Madison, Glenda 164 

Mallory, Barbara 164 

Mansbach, Robert 164 

Markey, Blanche 164 

Marks, John 62,66,164 

Martin, Danny 164 

Martin, Diane 79,164 

Martin, Donald 96,164 

Mastenik, Rick 164 

Mathews, Anne 71,164 

Maxwell, Gregory 70,71,74,86, 

87,164 

Mayfield, Cathey 164 

McAlister, Mark 104,105,164, 

175 
McCausland, Karen 164 

McCormick, Carol Jo 25,28,56, 
57,62,164,230 
McCoy, Robert 13,104,105, 

156,164,237 
McCullar, John 108,164,229 

McDaniels, Coeburn 175 

McDaniels, Ginger 164 

McDonough, John 164,239 

McEdwards, Tamara 62,91,165 

McElhany, James 165 

McFarland, Cathy 25,79,80,81, 

165 

McGee, Veo 104,105,112,165 

McKee, Marcia 80,165 

McKee, Trudy 165 

McKinney, Jim 165 

McManus, David 165 

McNeely, Patricia Ann 175 

McFherson, Betsy 56,165 

Meara, Robert . . 104,105,112, 

165,175 

Melcher, Jerry 165 

Mentzer, Taya 165 

Meschke, Richard 62,104,105, 
108,165,230 




"Cream o' the crop" ... A few of the "lovlier senior girls" prepare 
for their halftime can-can show during the last basketball game. 



Michael, Charles Daniel 165, 
224 

Middleton, John 165 

Mikosz, Judy 165 

Mikosz, Stanley 48,165 

Milam, David 62,104,105,108, 

109,165 

Milam, Mark 35,86,165 

Miller, Mark 71,74,165 

Miller, Sherry 165 

Miller, Thomas 175 

Mitchell, Jack 165 

Mitchell, Johnetta 165 

Modica, Kathy 80,165 

Molin, Emil 7,104,105,108,109, 

166 

Monroe, Mike 166 

Moody, David 10,14,166,220 

Moore, David 82,166,175 

Moore, Don 94,166 

Moore, Ron 166 

Moore, Scott 166 

Morgan, Ed 166 

Moses, Glenn 104,105,166 

Mosier, Marilyn Sue 166 

Moss, Linda 62,166,227 

Mott, Bob 33,70,71,74,166 

Murphy, Susan 12,65,80,166, 

229 
Murphy, Teresa 62,87,90,95,166 

N-O 

Neil, Cindy Jo 56,83,131,166, 

239 

Nelson, Mark 31,104,105,166 

Nelson, Kris 20,66,67,166 

Newhouse, Nancy ... 5,166,237 

Newkirk, William Scott 28,57, 

60,166,218 

Nicewanger, Stephen 20,175 

Nichols, Penny 20,56,166,232 

Nickel, Randy 62,74,81,104, 

105,166,234 

Nixon, Diana 62,74,88,166 

Norris, Roland 20,166 

O'Brien, Catherine 166 

O'Day, Kenneth 166 

Ohne, Patricia 62,167,223 
Olson, Jackie 167 

P-Q 

Palmer, Nancy 167 

Palmer, Tom 167 

Parker, Hal 167 

Parks, Walter 88,167 

Parsons, Susan 79,167 

Partenheimer, Rob 12,56,59, 

63,167,213 

Patterson, Sharon 175 

Patterson, William 167,222 

Paul, Michael 167 

Paul, Richard 167 

Paulin, Joe 62,167 

Payne, Lucretia 175 

Pearce, Rebecca 7,55,56,57,60, 
62,63,71,133,167 

Peek, Donald 167 

Perdue, Sandy 167 

Perkins, Carol 167 

Pettett, Rick 168 

Pettigrew, Ronald 44,57,168, 

220 
Phelps, Deborah 56,59,62,63, 

168 

Phillips, John 168 

Pierce, Michael 168 

Pomareda, Ester 8,53,56,84,90, 

168 



Porter, William 168 

Prather, Sheri 168 

Price. Pamela 168 

•Price, Patricia 62,168 

Princell, John 168 

Pruitt, Patti 168 

Purvis, Denise 82,168 

Quigley, Lawrence 168 

R 

Rainsberger, Becki 94,168 

Randolph, Pamela 168 

Randolph, Robert 71,74,168 

Rankin, Barbara 62,168 

Ray, Maureen 168 

Raymer, Carol 168 

Rebic, Cathie 168 

Reddie, Henri 168 

Redman, Gail Ann 168 

Reeder, Brian Christopher 57, 

81,112,113,168 

Repphan, Becky 169 

Richardson, William 169 

Richeson, Ron 62,70,74,94,95, 
169 
Richmond, Ronald 169 

Rickman, Bruce 60,61,80,169 

Roan, Vickie 56,169 

Roberts, Cheryl 169 

Roberts, Jan 169 

Robinson, Beth 62,64,83,91,169 
Robling, Susan 80,169 

Rohrer, Frank 175 

Rohrman, Rita 169 

Romeril, Curtis 82,169 

Roque, Lisandro 169 

Ross, Daniel 175 

Ross, Karen 169 

Rossell, Thomas 169 

Russell, Mike 169 

Russell, Steven 169 

Rusthoven, Pete 57,62,66,67, 

81,169 

s 

Sadler, Linda 169 

Sandefur, Earl 40,169 

Sanders, Debbie 138,169 

Sanders, Rick 169 

Scanland, James 169 

Schaub, Diane 169 

Scherer, Nancy 16,62,71,83,170 

Schimp, June 170 

Schmidt, Stephen 170 

Schmidt, Vickie 175 

Schorn, Vickie 80,170 

Schwantes, David 62,66,67, 

170,2-12 

Schwartz, Ellen Rea 170 

Schwomeyer, Vivian 62,82,170 
Scott, Jeffery 104,105,170 

Segrest, Sheila 24,170 

Seidel, Wendy 170 

Shannon, Mary Lynn 170 

Shaver, John 170 

Shaw, Ronald 56,57,62,81,170, 
218 

Sheely, Jerry 60,170 

Shelton, Lee 170 

Shelton, Patricia 47,170 

Short, Stephen 170 

Simmons, Edward 170 

Sims, Marsha 170 

Sims, Patricia 56,90,170 

Sissom, Brenda 170 

Slinkard, Denise 80,170 

Sloan, Beth Ellen 170 

Smith, Gaye 170 



244 



SENIOR INDEX 



Snyder, Ann 171 

Snyder, Debbie 171 

Snyder, Luci 79,171 

Sorrell, Sue 84,171 

Spahr, Paula 64,171 

Spaulding, Donna Joyce 94, 

171 

Spilbeler, Donna 171 

Spinks, Virginia 171 

Spoo, Thomas M 171 

Spoolstra, Merry 56,62,133, 

171,194,218 

Spray, Terri 171 

Stern, Kathryn Ann 171 

Stevens, Michael G 171 

Strong, Michael 66,171 

Stroud, Thomas R 171 

Stroude, Jeanne Marie 171 

Stutsman, Patricia 56,83,131, 

171,175,231 

Surdi, Nancy Joy 171 

Sutton, Jeannette L 171 

Swan, Nancy 171 

T-V 

Tabak, Barbara 171 

Teschendorf, Charles 171 

Tewmey, Mike B 175 

Thiesing, Ray 171 

Thompson, Doug 105,171 

Thompson, Linda Lou 172 

Thompson, William 172 

Thorpe, Jean 62,172 

Thorpe, Joan 172 

Tichy, Willie 172 

Tindall, Kathleen 172 

Tischer, Gary 172 

Todd, Cindy, 62,172 

Tollman, Marcia Jeanne 172 

Tom, Richard 172 

Tomlinson, Les 70,71,74,172 

Tranberg, Cynthia 57,172 

Troy, Paul 62,81,172 

Tubbs, Tina 80,172 

Tuxhorn, Sandi 172 

Twachtman, Terri 172 

Tyra, Stephen 172 

Uberta, Linda 62,172 

linger, Karen 59,84,93,172 

Upson, Ann 80,172 

Vaughan, Michelle 40,60,62,63, 

172 

Vernier, Vicki 172 

Viers, Carl Edward 172 

Villarreal, Mary E 175 

Vogel, Gorden E 172 

Von Wilier, Deborah 173 

w 

Wallace, Timothy 104,105,173 



Waller, Anne 36,62,71,83,133, 

151,173 

Walton, Stephen 70,71,74,75, 

86,96,173 

Ward, Preston 173 

Wasnidge, Doug 41,173 

Watford, Alonzo 24,108,173 

Watson, Kenneth 173 

Watson, Michael 173 

Webb, Maurice 175 

Weber, Ralph 58,59,62,86,87, 

173 

Welch, Mary Beth 173 

Wells, Denise 173 

Wenzel, Richard 173 

Wesner, Phillip 173 

Whallon, Richard 173 

Whann, Russell 104,105,173 

White, Carol 173,221,239 

Wiersma, Debbie . 37,83,156,173 
Wilfong, Mary 79,173 

Wilkes, Karen 8,40,62,79,173 

Wilkins, Douglas Earl 173 

Wilkins, Jeanette 173 

Willetts, William 62,100,108, 

109,148,173 

Williams, Barbara 174 

Williams, Steve 174 

Williams, Vickie 174 

Willman, Holly 74,174 

Wilson, Bill 174 

Wilson, Dave 174 

Wilson, George 174 

Wilson, Mary L 174 

Wilson, Regis 174 

Wilson, Robert 60,174 

Wilson, Ruth 174 

Wilson, Vicki 174 

Winn, Craig 56,57,62,81,150, 

174 

Winters, Mark 175 

Witthoft, Patty 13,16,56,174,212 

Wolf, Greg 174 

Woods, Meg 17,54,62,74,130, 

131,174,212 
Wools, Lynn . 174 

x-z 

Young, Herman Edward 95, 

174 

Young, Jacqueline 174 

Young, Steve 174 

Young, Sue Lynn 71,133,174 

Zartman, James D 174 

Ziegler, Jenny 56,174 

Zimpleman, Terry 174 




Students and faculty celebrate Principal Ralph Clevenger's "thirty- 
ninth" birthday with cards and a chorus of "Happy Birthday." 



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Graduates 'exit/ underclassmencontinue 






At 3:15, the Knight tempo intensifies, as 
teen voices merge in the corridors. 



Spring fever effects teens with its symptoms of weariness and boredom, as the air becomes 
warmer and thoughts change to anticipation of the upcoming vacations. 



Jan Cradick Co-editor 

Joan Lancello Academic Editor 

Patty Donegan Sports Editor 

Anitra Clark Underclass Editor 

JoAnne Bryan Business Manager 

Carl Hollingsworth Photographer 

Mr. Ralph Clevenger Adviser 

Staff Members: Cheryl Brodhecker, Beckie Bultman, Stephanie Dodd, Denise 
Fields, Wayne Fuson, Mike Glancy, Knut Grazei, Mary Jane Hinds, Cindy Loomis, 
Linda Meko, Rob Partenheimer, Laurie Peterson, Liz Ralston, Kathy Routt, Jerry 
Sheely, Valerie Smith, Sue Stafford, Karen Unger, Ralph Weber, Roy Willman, 
Debbie Wilson, and to each who added his accent to the "KNIGHT BEAT '69." 
Indiana School Pictures, Mr. Bill Ehrich Portrait Photographers 

Debbie Phelps Co-editor 

Karen Jeffries Managing Editor 

Kevin Gillette Activities Editor 

Karen Boyd Album Editor 
Mike Pence Advertising Manager 

Phil Irwin Photographer 

Miss Mary Benedict Principal 

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Accolade 



J. 



Knight Beat 

Listen to the beat 

Sounding in the halls 

As the sandeled feet 

Of sunburned teens 

Hurry to summer classes. 

June graduates 

Enter the business world 

Or experience a new 

Academic environment. 

Underclassmen enjoy 

A short recess 

From high school life 

As swimming parties 

Preempt studies. 

The KNIGHT BEAT 

Continues its steady pace, 

A permanent part 

Of all who are Arlington. 






The final bell of the semester marks only a short pause in the KNIGHT BEAT, as the pulsating 
rhythm of teen life resounds again in the halls in summer school. 



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The KNIGHT BEAT 
The rhythmic pulse 
Of AHS students 
Vibrantly sounds 
As yesterday's future 
Becomes today — 
Listen . . . 



the beat goes on 



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